Bubblicious Invitations3. Jessica from Pen n' Paperflowers created this invitation for a "She's About to POP" baby shower. How adorable would this be for a bubble party?! Jessica's site is full of amazing details from this baby shower that could easily inspire bubble party decor. I will be featuring more ideas from this baby shower next week.
As I mentioned in Part 1 of my Bubble Party Series, summer is coming and it is the perfect time to throw a bubble party. I wanted to share some ideas with you since I couldn't find many out there when I hosted a bubble party last summer. Warning, don't Google "bubble party" you will be a little shocked at the content of some of the photos, who knew? I love finding fun and unique invitations and can't wait to show you a few fun ideas for the perfect bubble party invite.
1. My first idea requires
a little a lot of bubble blowing and rinsing, but I think it would be worth it!
Start with empty and dry bubble containers (I used 4oz containers).
2. I spotted this sweet bubble Valentine made by Caroline from Armelle. This could easily be transformed into a fun, 3D bubble party invitation. If you are looking for this size of bubbles, they can be found here.
4. Brand new to the Pluff Mud Studio Shop are Bubble DIY Printable Invitations and favor tags!!! I am so excited that Christina allowed us all a sneak peek! A colorful invitation is the perfect way to let your guests know that this party is going to be seriously FUN!
Next week, a giveaway that you won't want to miss!