I can’t believe that summer is almost here! There’s nothing I love more during the summer than a fun backyard BBQ with friends. Who’s with me? Today I am giving you a quick and simple way to throw your own party. I’ve got free printable Summer BBQ Invitations and cute ideas for how to present them!
It’s just a simple, cute BBQ invitation. You can add your own info and print.
Then, to make it extra fun, I stuck it on a stick with a marshmallow on top!
I’ve got a giveaway to go with this!
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Summer BBQ Invitations:
- Free Printable Summer BBQ Invitations Template (see below)
- Photo editing program (I recommend Pic Monkey-it’s free to access online)
- Kabob sticks
- Large Marshmallows
Here’s the Summer BBQ Invitations to use. Right click and save this. Then, open it in a photo editing program and add your own text. (Need help with this? Here’s a tutorial.) To print, I usually open a program on my computer (like Pages if you are on a Mac), open my invitations image and then size it how I would like and press print. I printed my invitations at about 3 x 5 inches.
Here’s one with the Let’s Party text:
Of, if you prefer it blank:
(I used the fonts Amatic Small Caps which is a Pic Monkey font and KG Second Chances Sketch which is a free download here.)
Then punch a little hole in the top and the bottom and slide a kabob stick through. Top with a large marshmallow.