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Well, second turned 5 this month! And we have had a BLAST planning his drive in movie party. I saw this image on pinterest a few years back and ever since I have been dying to throw an outdoor movie party. We had his party this past weekend so I’ll be back with the full party post, but for today I have the invitations (FOR FREE!) for you to download and personalize to your heart’s content.
This is how our invites turned out.
And here is a blank template for you:
You can edit it in any photo editing software like photoshop or picmonkey. And if you don’t want to hassle with it you can always hire me to do it for you 😉 $7 flat rate for invitation personalizations. Just email me at email@example.com with the details and a photo. You will receive a JPEG 4X6 image that you can have printed as you like. I also have a Drive-In Movie part pack (all digital files) that I can customize for you for $25 that includes the invitation, movie tickets, license plates, and food labels. Email if interested.
I’ll put together a full shopping list in my party post, but until then you have to check out this projector! We didn’t have one in planning this party so I was kinda stressed about what we were going to do. My mother-in-law thought we could borrow one from her work so I was hoping that was going to work out. But then this projector popped up on sale and we decided to give it a shot. It has turned out to be seriously-awesome! We ended up being able to just hook our roku up straight to the projector and stream netflix, hulu etc from our front yard! We have used it a few times already and it’s such a blast. For this price I was shocked to get something so high quality! The picture is great and its so easy to use. If you are throwing an outside movie party definitely check out this projector!
5 thoughts on “Drive in Movie Party Invitation”
what did you use as a screen? we want to do this and have a projector but aren’t sure about a ‘screen.’
Hi Katrina! I just used a king sized white sheet. Do I not link to it on the post? I should, sorry about that! I did use a blanket behind it so that it wasn’t so “see through” and then I just tacked it onto my porch so it was nice and tight. There are all kinds of DIY projector screens on pinterest if you are feeling ambitious.
What did you print the invites on? Regular cardstock or photo paper?
Hi Angalie, I had them printed at walmart as 4X6 photos 🙂