Free Minecraft party invitations to download, edit and print

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We hosted an epic Minecraft party and these invitations set the scene. We thought we’d share the love, so you can download, edit and print these free Minecraft party invitations.

You can print out these free Minecraft party invitations, or simply email them as a jpeg file. While we still like a printed invite in the mail or by hand, it seems fitting to email a Minecraft party invite, don’t you think?

So, we emailed our party invites out by creating a new image for each kid and emailing each one individually. The personal approach just feels so much better when it comes to parties.

Download and print your free Minecraft party invitations

If you would like to make your own Minecraft Party invitations, click on the image below to download your free Minecraft party invitations. The file is an editable Word document, so download, open in Word, update the text with your own kid’s party details and send out. Too easy!

Click here to download the invitations.

Free Minecraft party invitations - download edit and print for free

The Mincraft party we held for our son Max was EPIC. The boys went a bit nuts, to be honest, but they still talk about the party four years later, so it was clearly a hit. Let’s just say that when you take a bunch of 10-year-olds and add fire, a crazy-good time happens next.

You can see how it all went down at the Minecraft party here.

We had some really great Minecraft party games happening – including an Enderdragon pinata (easier to make than you think!) and a balloon-popping spider game.

Catch up on the games we played at our Minecraft party here.

Of course, you’ll want to decorate your Minecraft party, but if you’re like us you won’t want to spend a fortune. We made our decos on the cheap, but they looked amazing.

And see some awesome Minecraft party budget decoration ideas here.

Sorted!

What are you planning at your Minecraft party?

Written by Bron Maxabella

Bron is the founder of Mumlyfe and is so happy to welcome you here. Bron has been writing in the Australian parenting space as Maxabella for more than seven years and is mum to three mostly happy kids and wife to one mostly happy husband. Mostly happy is a win, right?

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