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OUR TOP BIRTHDAY INVITATION TEMPLATES FOR TEENAGERS

Teen birthday parties are so fun, but it can be hard to find invitations that fit since many invites are designed for little kids or for adults (parents probably aren’t going to be happy if their teenager brings home an invitation that’s got alcohol as part of the design). Luckily, we’ve got you covered on Paperlust. Our designers have created a whole lot of birthday invitation templates for teenagers to choose from.
All our birthday invitation templates are completely customisable on site, so you can make sure that your design perfectly fits what you want. Our interactive design tool lets you drag and drop design components and see exactly what your changes will look like in real time.
Here are our top ten Paperlust birthday invitation templates for teenagers.

1. MIRROR FRAME


This white ink birthday invitation was designed by Gema A. and was inspired by…well, a traditional framed mirror! We love the beautiful script typeface and the details around the border. It’s super versatile and would work for either a day or night birthday party.

2. FLORAL SWEET SIXTEEN


This girly pink and floral design comes to us from Libby C., and is available in a standard digital print or in real foil for a little extra luxury. It’s the perfect 16th birthday invitation: pink and floral yet sophisticated and not little-girly.

3. LET’S PARTY


This watercolour beauty designed by Joanne G. is available in standard digital print, or in any of the sparkly print types you could want: real foil, raised foil or metallic ink. It comes in two different colour palettes.

4. WATERCOLOUR SPLASH


This birthday invitation by Kit C. sparkles in real foil, raised foil or metallic ink, but is eye catching in digital print too. It reminds us of confetti and hundreds and thousands: two must-haves at a birthday party.

5. WATERCOLOUR WREATH BIRTHDAY



This gorgeous wreath invitation is printed with white ink on smooth matte paper from our ‘Cobalt’ range. It comes in two different colour palettes, and was created for us by Amelia S.

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