Handmade Medieval Invitations
Medieval homemade party invitations can be achieved by using creativity and assembling a knight and shining armor. Many people, both children and adults alike, can identify with a knight. They know what it is, what time period a knight came from and think the overall aesthetics of a knights wardrobe is interestingly appealing.
For that, a shiny metal-like cardstock should be used as the base for the knight. To make things easier, assemble the knight in sections by gluing each piece on white paper. Taking the knight in section swill allow for layers and create a more visually appealing look. Once the complete knight is assembled, cut the complete knight out of the white cardstock. Now, a very sturdy Medieval figure should be constructed.
Add accessories a knight would have such as a sword or joust. Also, be sure to add embellishments that would complement a contrast look between the knight and his armor. Information about the party can be included on the front in a scroll look or even with the knight holding the scroll. It can also be included on the back. No matter where it is put, the information should include the date, time, location and person to contact in order to inform them they will be attending the party. All these items are necessary to include on the party invite in order to create smooth communication. Have fun creating a knight in shining armor- with just a little bit of skill, the homemade Medieval party invitation will be one guests will remember for years to come!
As the year ends it would be great to have a medieval event and invite all your loved ones. You can dance, sing and eat all night long, which is the best thing one can do at an event, along with getting some amazing party favors. Your party favors can be gift baskets with yummy foods, or filled with books and or body products and scents and candles.
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