Wednesday, 22 March 2017

HOW TO: Watercolour Bunny Invitations using PicMonkey

Birthdays, baby showers, weddings, christenings, anniversaries - there are so many events that we send out invitations for. Ordering personalised invitations is such a beautiful way of getting exactly what you want, but can quickly become very expensive. This is where Picmonkey can step in and be your invitation knight in shining armour, along with this tutorial. Picmonkey is a free photo editing website where you can edit photos, create collages and pay a premium for access to even more incredible features. As a blogger I do pay for their 'Royale' Membership, but for this tutorial you certainly don't need it.

This is the completely free way I designed Isabella's 2nd birthday party invitations, though you can follow this tutorial to create completely personalised invitations for any occasion. You'll see that her birthday party is going to follow a floral bunny theme, which I managed to work completely into these invitations with as much creative freedom as the internet would allow. So if you're in need of personalised invitations for an up and coming event then read look no further...

I then ordered them from Vistaprint (but you could always print them yourself at home) and here's the finished article...
Have you ever tried making your own invitations using Picmonkey?

Feel free to leave a comment - I love reading every single one :)

Helen x



  1. Wow they look great. Thanks for sharing. I love pic monkey 🙂

  2. I've not heard of this but what a lovely idea. We are having 2 parties for Zach's first birthday and I wish we'd found something like this to make it extra special. Thanks for the easy to follow instructions :)

  3. I love your DIY invitations , they look like the ones you can get in the shop. Except they are much better because they are personalized x

  4. Such a good tutorial. I love picmonkey but I have never been this creative before. Love these :)

  5. What a lovely idea. So cute. I've never tried watercolour before x

  6. I love pic monkey. It is one of my favourite design tools and make many things on it! Thanks for the tutorial!

  7. What a great tutorial and perfect even for an Easter party

  8. They look fab! I love pic-monkey, I was so impressed I now subscribe to the premium version as I use it for a whole load of things :) x

  9. oh wow. really bloody cool! Thanks for this - pinning for later!
    Thanks for linking to #ablogginggoodtime


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