If you’ve never celebrated your dog’s birthday or adoption day before, you should try one! In-person dog birthday parties might not be an option right now, but virtual ones certainly are, and tough times often call for a little extra celebration.
Whether you’re inviting people over to the backyard for your dog’s birthday party or you’re just having an intimate gathering with your family, you might want to send out a personalized invitation. (Who doesn’t like opening an invitation?) Download this editable PDF invitation, fill it out and distribute it to your guests.
To celebrate the big day, you’ll want to give your pup some extra attention (maybe a few more cuddles than usual) and her favorite treat. You’ll also need some fun decorations and props for sharing your special celebration on social media.
A puppy crown is a good way to celebrate the birthday girl or boy. Simply print out one of these templates, hole punch the sides and attach some string. You’ll want to snap plenty of photos of your king or queen of bones.
You also can’t forget about props for yourself or your guests either. Print out these photo props on cardstock and attach them to dowel rods. Then, hold them up to the camera while you snap some photos during your puppy photoshoot.
You and your guests will get some cute photos for social media while your furry friend will appreciate the extra love and attention.
If you’d like a physical keepsake from the party, you might want to arrange your favorite photos in this photo frame template.
Download all of these easy decorations and props for your dog’s birthday party, created by the team at Wikibuy, and get that tail wagging as your pup turns another year older.