Butterfly Theme Parties
Butterflies are a favorite subject for artists and photographers, and butterfly theme party invitations are a great choice for all kinds of special occasions. The significance of butterflies differs in various cultures, but around the world, people view the butterfly as representing endurance, change, hope, and life. There may be as many as 20,000 species of butterflies worldwide, but if asked to select their favorite, most people include the monarch butterfly at the top of the list. In addition to being exceptionally beautiful, the monarch is the only butterfly that migrates two ways and the distance for traveling in one day, has been recorded at a remarkable 265 miles! Our monarch butterfly all occasion invitation is based on an original painting and is available only from Tiny Tidings. Our adorable butterfly theme birthday invitations are perfect for first birthday parties and baby showers and the artistic designs are great for milestone birthday celebrations. Butterfly themed invitations are often chosen for Christian religious celebrations, because they symbolize resurrection. Most of the cards have room to add a favorite scripture, so can be printed especially for Communion, Confirmation, Baptism and Christening parties. And don’t forget Bridal Showers and Weddings! Even though butterfly releases are not the popular trend they once were, butterfly wedding invitations remain a favorite. We have beautiful butterfly themed invitations with gold or silver foil designs, and all of the invites have matching thank you notes, response cards and reception invitations. Our butterfly collection includes colors and designs for springtime or any time, and if you don’t find exactly what you are looking for, just let us know!
Wording Ideas for Butterfly Theme Invitations
1. The most precious blessings in life are set free
when we immerge into what God designed us to be!
2. Time flutters by on gossamer wings
as we share the joy that another year brings.
The following poem about butterflies is in the public domain.
I Write About the Butterfly
Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888)
I write about the
It is a pretty thing;
And flies about like the birds,
But it does not sing.
First it is a little grub,
And then it is a nice yellow cocoon,
And then the butterfly
Eats its way out soon.
They live on dew and honey,
They do not have any hive,
They do not sting like wasps, and bees, and hornets,
And to be as good as they are we should strive.