For example, in case you're having a pirate get-together you could make your welcomes look like treasure maps. Fold chestnut paper packs to look like paper material. Draw a guide leading the way to your home, which would be set apart with a "X." Say something like, "Ahoy Matey! Plan to Set Sail on the Seven Seas. All Ye Scallywags Come and Join Me. Graph Yer Course for (location) on (date). Try not to Be Late or Y'all Walk the Plank!
For a bowling party, you might create an invitation in the shape of a bowling pin and say something like, "Hope You Can 'Spare' The Time to Celebrate."
For a Dora the Explorer party, you may say something like, "Hola Amigos (kid) Amigas (young lady). Join (birthday youngster's name) for a celebration! At that point include your gathering subtle elements. RSVP to (Name and Phone) so Swiper Fox doesn't swipe your spot.
Keep in mind, your welcomes are the early introduction to your visitors will get with reference to what you’re gathering is about. Simply be inventive and you're certain to begin the pre-party fervor.