Hanukkah and Christmas have come and gone. The New Year is on it’s way! How will you celebrate New Years? Send out fabulous New Years invitations and invite guests with some style. Our collection of New Years invitations has traditional designs as well as flashy designs with bold colors. Erin from our design teams highlights the season’s best.
1. Purple and Blue Geometric New Years Invitation
This unique New Years invitation is sure to kick off the New Year right. Using bright blue and purple, and a geometric design gives this invitation a look like no other. By using shapes with outlines, you can create this repeat pattern and design it how you like. Just overlay shapes over one another, changing up the line quality and it gives you a fresh new style. Using a fun font for the headline is a great way to carry the theme through the invitation. Topping it off with simple lines of text information with white dots to break up the lines.
2. Rays of the New Year New Years Invitation
This modern navy invitation is bold and directive. In our embellishment library we have lots to choose from, but we have a great selection of headline embellishments, which is where you will find the New Year 2012 font. Being able to use those as embellishments you can increase the size giving it this dramatic look. Everything is clean and simple, and its great to use the guides in PurpleTrail Design Center so everything looks crisp and organized.
3. Colorful Confetti New Years Invitation
This colorful New Years invitation is a great invitation for all ages who may be throwing a party. Using bright polka dots that overlap one another gives it this fun confetti like feel, like its falling from the sky. To carry the dots through the invitation we used bold colors to create much larger ones for text to be put. Its a simple layout, but has such a fun feeling to it. This invitation looks best when the overall information is simple and not too complex. Using two simple fonts interchangeably is a great idea to have some diversity but you dont want to take away from the bright and colorful confetti.
4. Purple disco party
This bright disco party is for the party animal going out on New Years Eve. Using the disco ball embellishment and overlapping some grunge texture is a great way to give it motion and style The font is unique to this invitation, using a few interchangeably. The headline is blocked out in a tight formation, making everything even then using a line barrier to separate it from the other information is a great way to create space in your invitation. Then using some texture in the bottom half to bring off the overall look and style of the invitation. If you use a small amount of texture on the front, dont be afraid to make your card a two sided card and carry it over to the back.
5. Popping Bubbly New Years Invitation
This double-sided circle card is great for a sophisticated New Years party. Using white linen over a gray background gives it a nice texture for the design to lay over. Using a wine bottle as the main focus on the front, we have captured bubbles coming out all over the design. Using simple circles with just the outline, and overlapping them slightly is a great way to create the look of floating bubbles. The font is simple and fits the sophisticated look of this invitation. On the reverse side, its best to use the same background style with linen, and always carry over the same color and font face so the invitation has a cohesiveness.
We hope your New Years celebration is fantastic. Happy New Year!