Free Invitations for a Princess Birthday Party

Click the link below to download the printable princess party invitation template


This pink princess party invite is probably one of my favorites of all the invitations I've designed. The girly-girl pink polka dot background with a purple accent and a regal princess crown is definitely fit for pint-size royalty. It makes me wish I were eight-years-old again so I could use it myself. This design would be great for a princess birthday party, but it could also be used for a recital or teddy bear tea party.

Download the Invitation

If you like soft, feminine colors (and I really do), I also have some blank invitation templates in the same shades that I created for Quinceanera invitations (for Latin American girls' 15th birthday parties). They don't have writing on them, so you could add text to the pastel pink, purple or white backgrounds and make your own invitation. You can download those and also get instructions for sizing, printing and cutting the design in this post at the link in this paragraph, or by clicking the yellow button below.

I also have a free princess party invitations hub that has two more invitation designs and some color variations. You can access the hub by clicking the link in the previous sentence or the Instructions link below.
Credits: This design was created in Picnik.

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