Mother’s Day Tea Party : Free printable invitation


There are few things as fun as having a tea party with my girls. So, I try to snatch up every opportunity I have to get one. Not that my girls need much convincing on the subject. They are always more than happy to sip from a miniature tea cup while we chat and snack on small treats.
So, this year, I decided to start an annual Mother’s Day tea party. It is going to be a great way to keep a mother & daughter tradition going even when my babies are too old to want to have a tea party with me.
This year, I put together watercolor inspired printables (more of which will be shared later this week!). I am in love with the soft spring watercolor flowers, and hopefully you are too!  I actually liked it so much, that I am giving you two options – Mother’s Day tea party invitation & just a Tea Party invitation. That way it can be used on whatever occasion is best for you!

To dress up the invitation a little further, I paired it with a gorgeous sage green envelope from Paper Source and a fun party badge.

To make your own party badge you will need:
Crepe paper streamer
6 inches of ribbon
Glue gun
1 : Gather your crepe paper streamer manually or with a sewing machine. I always like to keep some gathered streamer on hand since I love how it looks. Fold your ribbon in half and trim the edges. 2 : Gather your crepe paper streamer into a round yo-yo. Hot glue the crepe paper onto a 2 inch circle. 3 : Hot glue the ribbon onto the back of your badge. 4 : Wrap your envelope with ribbon and tape/glue in place. Glue the badge on the front for a very fancy presentation!

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  1. says

    I would love to use this but I can’t figure out how to open it any program so that I can write on it. I also can’t figure out how to save it as a picture or anything. Help!

    • Sara says

      You can download it as a pdf, but unless you have an editing software (such as Photoshop elements) you can’t write on it unless you print it out and hand write it in. I created this before I figured out how to add that feature. Sorry! Hopefully I’ll find some time to update the printables sometime soon.


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