Boys are rough & tough and they grow up way too fast. Taking the time to plan a big celebration during their birthday is a great way to make memories that last forever. Selecting the best party theme starts with the design of the party invitations. Below are the top 5 party invitation designs for little boys to help assist you in your decision making process.1) Trains: There are many options for boy birthday invitations with a train theme. A simple choo choo train on the front of the invitation says enough, or maybe a conductor's hat and railroad crossing signs would be nice add-ons for your design if you want more details. Trains are popular for all ages.
Remember when selecting the party invitation design to always keep in mind what you have planned for your party theme. Let the birthday boy help pick out his party design and he'll be even more excited about his celebration.
"This is a wonderful invite with lots of possibilities. The design team helped me add pictures and text on the front AND back of card making it a completely custom job once it was complete. I am so happy with the finished product and I know our party guests will be, as well! This one is going in our daughter's baby book for posterity for sure!"
"My son loves tractors, so for his second birthday we decided to have a construction party. This invitation was perfect. It was great quality and simple enough for a two year old. Tiny prints shipped quick and they arrived before their expected delivery. I will definitely order again!"
"I ordered these cards for my 5 year olds birthday! They are so cute and easy to design! Everyone that got one has commented about them and asked where I got them. The delivery was expensive but I got 2 day rush. Overall I loved them!!"
"This card was too cute and was perfect for our bow-tie themed party. I wish we could've changed the main words to Our Little Man is turning one but it was still cute nonetheless. They shipped quicker than expected too!"
"Perfect card with the exception of the spacing was slightly off in front. I am sure if we had waited for a designer to review it would have been adjusted for my designers eye. Not many will notice what graphic designers are driven mad with. But we were late in getting down so is fine just wish I had the designer look at spacing."