You'd be pretty hard-pressed to find a child who doesn't love Halloween. Between the costumes, the candy, the pumpkin carving, and the possibility of staying out past their bedtime on a school night, there's not a whole lot to complain about! So why not make your kid's Halloween the best yet with a party that celebrates the spookiest, silliest night of the year? Our kid's Halloween invitations and kids' Halloween party invitation templates make showing a kids' Halloween party easier and more fun than ever. Choose from tons of clever, cute, and slightly spooky online Halloween invitations with sample wording that you can customize to make your own. And by the way—if you're looking for kids' Halloween party game ideas, we've got a whole bunch on our blog.
Since Halloween falls at the very end of October (and in some ways, feels like it lasts all month!), it's best to send out your kid's Halloween party invitations during the month of October, as well. Send out invitations two-to-three weeks in advance to make sure the kids on your guest list don't already have their calendars fill up with other autumnal plans. It'll also allow your child's friends to dream up an incredible costume—and for you to gather up enough pumpkins for a jack-o'-lantern carving contest! While you're at it, check out our adult Halloween invitations, too—you might get inspired to host a party for grownup ghouls, too.
If your little one happens to be lucky enough to have their big day around Halloween, they may want to celebrate with an All Hallows Eve-themed birthday party. If so, you're in for a treat (and no tricks!). Every one of our cute-yet-creepy kids' Halloween party invitations can also double as a kids' Halloween birthday invitation! Paperless Post's easy-to-use customization tools allow you to edit the text in any card to say exactly what you and your child want to fit their party perfectly. Better yet, each invitation includes RSVP tracking and guest messaging—so when it comes to which mini monsters are and aren't attending, there won't be any spooky surprises.