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In case you missed it, I was chosen to host a Disney Side at Home Celebration through Mom Select. I got my awesome Celebration Party Kit and have been busy planning for our party. Are you excited to see what our party theme is going to be? Well wait no longer…..
Our theme for our upcoming party is going to be “A Day in Disneyland”
Some of our guests have never been to Disneyland, or have not been in a long time, and may not be able to go again. So we want to bring the magic of the park to them here in Boise.
I made these invites and sent them to our guests. But of course, if you are going to get in to Disneyland you have to have park tickets. So I designed some tickets specifically for our party. I had park tickets from previous trips (of course!) that I modeled them after to get them as close to the real thing as possible. And, in theme with Disneyland being relocated to Boise for the day, I changed the tag line from “Just Got Happier” to Just Got Closer.
I have a lot of fun things in store for the party, but for right now, I wanted to share some printables so you can make your own Disneyland invitations and tickets.
Before we begin, let’s go over a few guidelines regarding printables:
- The printables are for PERSONAL USE only. Please do not post, sell, or share these printables as your own. I put a lot of work in to them and appreciate you understanding that.
- If you do feature these printables please leave a link back to this post for people to get them. DO NOT upload the printables and distribute them through your own blog.
- DO NOT remove the watermark from the bottom of the printables. On the tickets it is part of the wording on the back. The invites it is a faint watermark on the bottom.
When printing these printables, you have two options for the invites. One for including tickets with the invites and one for not. Also, I just printed the invites on 5×7 Photo Card Paper by HP (included in my party kit).
The tickets are lined up so that you can use a heavy card stock and print them on both sides. Be sure to be aware of how your printers feeds the paper for which side it will print on. (If you have never done double sided printing I strongly suggest you practice with regular paper- putting an X with a pen on one side to figure out how it pulls the paper.) The tickets print 8 to a page.
Just click the links below to get the printables.
Party Invite (with “Complimentary Tickets” phrase)
I hope you enjoy these printables. If you use them, and share through any social media sites, I would love to see how they turned out or hear how they went over.
Are you excited to see what I have in store for my Disney Side @ Home Celebration? I hope so.
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