Turning 13 is a rite of passage. Your child probably has been dreaming of the day she will be a teenager and of all the promise that age entails. Once you decide when and where to hold your child's 13th birthday party, it will be time to send invitations. Since your child---who no longer wants to be considered a child---is suddenly mature, invite her to be a part of the invitation fun. With a host of possibilities, both of you should enjoy working on the party invitations together.
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Theme Party Invitations
Theme birthday party invitations for a 13th birthday can highlight a teen's accomplishments and interests. If, for example, your soon-to-be teen loves and plays baseball, send invitations with baseball images and sports-theme verbiage. Select invitations with a baseball and a mitt on the cover with text, such as "MVP Austin Howard hits one out of the park!" Write your own invitation on the inside of the card. You might write, for example, "Austin is rounding the bases and sliding into home just in time for his 13th birthday! Come join our team for a party worthy of a World Series champion." Give day, date, time and location.
Virtual Rock-and-Roll Party Invitations
Internet sites provide ways to create personalised and visually pleasing virtual invitations. Invitation sites, such as Evite.com, list invitation themes that are age specific. Create free 13th birthday party invitations. Choose a teen theme to acknowledge your child's new arrival into his glorious teen years. If your son likes rock-and-roll, send invitations with a guitar on the front. If your teen daughter is passionate for a boy band, create virtual invitations with the heartthrob of the moment on the invitation cover. Write on the front something like, "Rock and Roll!" On the inside, write, "Rock on with Susan as she celebrates her 13th birthday! Come to 1112 Murray Drive at 6:00 p.m. and jam the night away."
Thirteen-year-old girls enjoy pajama parties. If your daughter's 13th birthday party is a slumber party, send traditional paper invitations with a pastel colour theme. A 13th birthday slumber party invitation might read, "Bring your pyjamas and celebrate Ashley's 13th birthday all night long! You might not sleep much because we have junk food, music, movies, games and pillow fights to keep you going until the sun comes up. If you think you're 'up' for it, Ashley is ready to share her big day and night with her friends." Add day, date, time and location. Ask for RSVP. Add "Don't forget to bring your favourite pillow."
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