If you are thinking of a Japanese party theme — whether it is cherry blossom, sushi party or origami — these cards will be unique and perfectly suited to your needs.
Please note that the wordings on these cards can be customized for any occasions. Click on the links for further details.
Personalized Japanese Party invitations
1. Ornate Origami
Borrow some Oriental elegance for your birthday celebration with these delicate origami inspired Japanese party invitations. Both whimsical and poetic, these paper cranes make a memorable style statement.
I sent these for our annual summer law firm party. The perfect start to my asian theme. They received many compliments.” ~ CJwine, California
Cherry Blossom Party Invitations
If you are having a birthday celebration around April, or you are looking specifically for a Japanese inspired Cherry Blossom party, these are perfect invitation cards for you.
2. Fresh Blossom
Whether the party is for a little or big girl, she is as sweet as a spring bloom and what better way to celebrate her upcoming birthday than with these fresh cherry blossom party invites?
3. How We Roll
How about a sushi party? You can either order from catering service or better yet — create a sushi-making party! It’s in fact quite easy to make and the ingredients are readily available in Asian stores or even your neighbor supermarket.
4. Springtime Alive
Here is another lovely Japanese party invitations with cherry blossom — possibly more suitable for bigger girls with the more delicate design. It is also a nice alternative if you don’t want to put a photograph on the card.
The image does not do justice to how pretty it actually looks in person. I chose to give it a light shimmer, it is a very slight shimmer but adds a touch of elegance. This card is highly customizable and has plenty of room to write everything you can think of. I needed a rush order and it came right on time! TIP: Envelopes come in packs of 25 so you dont have to buy extra envelopes if you have say 40 cards and want to get 5, you would get it anyway because you would be getting 50 envelopes.” ~ SammyQ, California