How to Create a Tea Party Invitation in Microsoft Word
According to Daniel Stone, a writer from National Geographic, he surprisingly discovers that the most consumed beverage, next from water, is tea. The discovery of tea is older than coffee. The world's largest tea consumer in the world is still China and India. Other than that, China is responsible for 50% of the production of tea worldwide. And to think China is a large country. Amazing facts, isn't it?
If you want to include yourself on the tea drinkers and want to promote even more tea-drinking, why won’t you try to organize a tea party? Invite your friends by curating a Tea Party Invitation Card through following these instructions:
1. Know the Theme
The good thing about the tea party is you can use it on any occasion. The first thing you need to do before starting your invitation card is identifying the event’s theme. Are you having a tea party for a birthday celebration or a bridal shower? It can also be fitting into a housewarming celebration. Or a simple afternoon talk with your colleagues.
2. Prepare the Necessary Details
Now that you have identified your purpose, it is now time to prepare for the details. The information is an essential element in your sample card since it will be the guide for your guests on the details of the event. Make sure to follow the 4 W's pattern—who, what, where, and when.
It is better when your event details are associated with your theme. Say, for instance, you're holding an "Alice in Wonderland" motif for the party, you may want it to happen outdoors, specifically in your garden, just as the movie depicted.
3. Use an Editable Template
If you are having a lot of things to do in preparing for your event, then you have a constraint of time to start from scratch in making your DIY invitation card. If that is the situation, we highly advise you to use an editable card template. It will help you do a stress-free making process. Luckily, we have available invitation cards here on our site that you can download and edit on your preference.
4. Customize Using Designs
To make your card more creative, you can incorporate designs. Using clip art can create a simpler look on your card. If you're having a rustic or vintage as a theme for your party, then you can use pale colors for your card. Make sure your card design is related to the motif of the event.
Remember: Your invitation card doesn't have to look a luxurious one. All you need is an impressive and creative card that will encourage your guests to come.
5. Print and Distribute
The last step for your card making is the printing process. An invitation card is a nice thing to keep as a remembrance of an event; then, it should be a long-lasting and beautiful one. Use a high-quality specialty paper in printing for the best result. Enclose it in an envelope to make it more presentable. You can also add embellishments to the card or on the envelope, such as ribbons, laces, or a cute little teabag. Give it to your guests with a pleasant greeting and smile on your face.