Dinosaur Kids Party Invitations

ROAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRR!!!  Get ready for a trip back to pre-historic times when the dinosaurs roamed the earth!!  Dinosaur party invitations are all the craze with little boys this year and our expert designers have put their heads together to come up with some really great designs to coordinate with your pre-historic party theme!  The kids will […]

dinosaur invitations ROAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRR!!!  Get ready for a trip back to pre-historic times when the dinosaurs roamed the earth!!  Dinosaur party invitations are all the craze with little boys this year and our expert designers have put their heads together to come up with some really great designs to coordinate with your pre-historic party theme!  The kids will be roaring with excitement over our newest dinosaur party designs.

The friendly dinosaur above is our Triceratops dinosaur party invitation from Paper so Pretty.   This design is an old favorite of ours which is actually a die-cut design that punches your card out in the shape of the orange dinosaur!  Friendly and cute, it’s great for kids parties ages 2 and up!

Our newest dinosaur party invitations feature pre-historic scenes that range from cute and cartoon themed invitations for young kids to down right scary for older dinosaur fanatics.  We also offer digital photo dinosaur party invitations so that you can include a photo of your own little dinosaur with his pre-historic invitation.  Pair your fun dinosaur party invitation with a matching dinosaur sticker to use as an envelope seal, return address label or to stick on party favors to send home to your guests. Below are some of our favorite new dinosaur kids party invitations

dinosaur party invitations

When planning your child’s dinosaur party invitation decorate your party area with play dinosaurs and transform your party room into a desert or forest with streamers, trees and a watering hole (kid swimming pool).  Have your local baker create a birthday cake in the shape of your child’s favorite dinosaur, be it a Triceratops, Pterodactyl, Stegosaurus or maybe even a T-Rex!

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