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Handmade 80s Invitations
80s homemade party invitations should represent a time when big hair and music ruled! To reflect that in the 80s homemade party invitations, it is important to first have a color scheme. Colors that work well with 80s party invitations include pink and black, red and orange, black, grey, white and more. Overall, any color combination that involves bold colors is acceptable. Be sure to pick a color combination and stick with it not only with the homemade party invitations but also throughout the party decorations as well.
After a color combination is chosen for the 80s theme, it is time to start decorating. The 80’s is full of rock and roll along with fun loving “young” songs. These can both be reflected on the homemade party invitation by including music notes, favorite 80’s band and singers logos or pictures or even records with the name of the artist or band on it. There are a ton of combinations that can be used.
If the “big hair” of the 80’s will be something that is focused on, try bringing out the texture of the homemade party invitation by using cotton balls, yarn that is teased, fur or fuzz. Anything that is able to be separated and fluffed out works well for the “big hair” look.
Overall, the 80’s themed homemade party invitations are fun because the creator can put their own twist on the design and add personal elements to the construction as a whole. Enjoy making the 80’s invitations because they will be the first thing guests see pertaining to the party or celebration. This year consider having a 80s theme party and inviting all our friends for a huge event. You can have a ton of decorations that are very cost effective and suitable for a 80s party. Confetti, piñatas, balloons, and cool hats are just some of the many that can be bought at great prices.
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