How did we overlook this for so long? Well, the truth is that my parents were always cautious about indulging in candy, donuts, and ice cream when I was growing up. As the years passed, I became a mother of four – it’s like karma catching up with me (lol). I found myself saying “No” more often than “Yes,” especially when my kids asked me to stop by the Candy Artisan store.
Earlier this year, I received an invitation from one of my childhood friends to attend a “Two Sweet” birthday party at an artisan café. I was pleasantly surprised by how fun and adorable it was, and ever since that day, I couldn’t stop thinking about it. So, I finally decided to create a couple of designs with that theme. Here they are (though you might have already seen them, lol).
These invitations feature a delightful blue gingham rug or tablecloth, adorned with an array of delectable treats like donuts, candy, and cupcakes placed next to each other. What’s even better is that I’ve created a special “wording” that includes space for the birthday age number, with only five letters, making it easy for you to pick the one that suits your occasion.
This following instruction will show you how to download and open the template. Here they are:
- Scroll-up a bit and you should see the provided link that says “Download Free … Invitation here”, point your mouse pointer there and click it.
- Click “Download” and Tap “Enter” to start the download process.
- Edit the file using Adobe Reader or Foxit Reader or any PDF editor.
If you choose to send out the invites digitally, like using social media platform, it’d be much easier for you to do that. Since the file comes in PDF file-format, you can even download or edit the template file in your smartphone, insert your text onto the template and send it to your guest through Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other type of social media platform you had.