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What Do You Think of Character Birthday Party Invites?

June 7, 2011 by Mom Jeanine
shefinds | Kids

My daughter’s birthday is next month, so I am just about to go into serious party planning mode. I don’t do those crazy, $30,000 RHOBH birthday parties, but I do like to celebrate my little girl’s big day with a bash. And of course, it all starts with the invitations.

I always buy my birthday party invitations from Tiny Prints because they’re affordable and the paper quality and design selection is amazing. For the last 2 year, I chose my daughter’s invites, but this year I decided to involve her in the process. Her pick? The Hello Kitty birthday party invitations above.

I will admit, they are cute. But the same way putting her in clothes emblazoned with a logo gives me pause, I’m not so sure about sending invites with a cartoon character on them. This party is about my little girl, not about promoting Sanrio’s brand. On the other hand, this party is also about making my daughter happy and I’m pretty sure these invites would do just that.

What do you think? Do you get your children birthday party invites with cartoon characters on them or do you think they’re tacky? Share your opinion in the comments.

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