Chinese New Year Party Invitations: 3 Auspicious Ideas

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Stephanie Saurus

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On January 12, 2014
Last modified:July 21, 2014


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Kung Hei Fat Choy! Let’s celebrate Chinese New Year with these chic party invitations.

You may know that this year, 2011, is the Year of the Rabbit and won’t it be great to celebrate this very important Chinese festival with a bunny motif with the auspicious red and golden color?

Please note that all the wordings can be customized online and a graphic designer will do the proofing.

General Chinese New Year Party Invitations

1. Lively Lanterns

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This is one of the most popular Chinese New Year party invites illustrated with a pair of bright red lanterns against a golden yellow background. If you are holding a modern and chic celebration for this festival, I am sure you will get lots of compliments from this card!

2. Festively Framed

Chinese New Year Party Invitations

Finally, a very beautiful and classy design in my opinion, this Chinese party invitation features a traditional “wave” pattern which is a refreshing yet traditional motif found in Chinese art. This will be an excellent choice for the more sophisicated guests for this great festivity.

Note: Square-shaped cards have a higher postage charge (around 20¢ – 44¢ extra) if posted in the US.

If You Need Some Chinese New Year Party Supplies…

Chinese New Year party suppliesThen you can take a look at these Chinese New Year party supplies including paper napkins, cups, plates, party favors and other decorative ornaments with the Chinese theme.

The four characters shown on this party favor box means “Ten Thousand Things Will Happen As You Wish”, a popular greeting used during Chinese New Year.

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