Homemade 40th Birthday Invitations
Life begins at 40. Kick start your new life with a fabulous party celebration and some great handmade party invitations. We have pictures of example invitations for you to draw inspiration from.
40th invitation ideas
Photo invitation - photo invitations are popular. especially those that feature a current photo as well as a picture of the birthday boy or girl as a child or young man. Kind of like a then meets now invitation.
Sports invitations - If your birthday boy is an avid sports fan then a sports themed invitation will be a good option. You can create a cool sports ticket invitation with the right materials.
Simple printed invitations - You can create a simple design with the number 40 enlarged and centered at the top of the invitation.
40th Invitation Wording
For wording samples to place on your homemade invitations you can take a look at our 40th birthday invitation wording section on this website. You'll find verses, poems and regular wording samples.
He used to be a real hot rod with a lot of muscle
But now he's an old classic in need of restoration.
DIY 40th invitation examples
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I'm sure I used an online template for this invitation card....just can't remember where I got it! The nice striped paper used is Chatterbox Igloo collection - I found a quote online doing a search for "40th Birthday Quotes" The inside of the card has a piece of white cardstock with the invite details typed on to it and then glued into place. This is a great way to mass produce your invites and reduce the errors.
I made the invitations in Photoshop Elements. I scanned a photo of my husband from when we were dating at 17 and layered it with a photo of one of his muscle cars and a more recent photo. It was to celebrate his 40th birthday, the theme of the party was classic cars (since that is what he is is into). I had the collage printed as 4x6 photos through Scrapbookpictures.com and then mounted them on black cardstock cards (5x7) and stamped in white along the bottom "Come to a Party" from Hero Arts.