So you’ve learned how to plan a luau… now it’s time to make the invitations!
Choose your size in PicMonkey. The cheapest to print is going to be 4×6. So, click “Design” and then “4×6”.
Choose your backdrop. I selected an image from DollarPhotoClub. I just searched “luau” and found this one, but there are several others available. You can make your own with shapes/colors as well, if you don’t want to buy the images. They’re only $1 each, so for me it was worth it. I also get images from iCLIPART.com, which I have a one year membership to.
Start adding text by selecting the “T” option. You can use their fonts, or use ones you’ve downloaded. Learn how to upload your fonts to PicMonkey.
So, now it’s time to add your details. I put the time, date, address, and how to RSVP.
Another way to make your own luau invitations using PicMonkey is to add flowers, shapes, etc to a blank canvas. I chose these flowers, and then used a circle to make something that resembled a sun or sunset.
What party invitations would you make with PicMonkey?