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Friday, February 7

Valentine's Day Party Invitation: Free Editable Download

We've got a Love-themed activity coming up for the Relief Society (women's group at church).  I'm in charge of the flier inviting the sisters to come.  

We've had some troubles with attendance at activities in our ward, so I like to make eye-catching, memorable fliers for the sisters, rather than just colored paper with words on it.  I usually make these up in PicMonkey, then have them printed on photo paper.  There are always great coupons, so the cost of the prints is worth it to me.  

Here's what I came up with for this month's activity:

Since our activity is in February, we thought it would be easy to tie in Valentine's day decor, and all things "LOVE" to help us "love one another".  We're talking about how Visiting Teaching is more than just visiting each woman in their home- but instead giving ideas to take visiting teaching to a whole new level, learning to value each woman in our ward, and becoming inspired through other's special experiences with visiting teaching.

I thought I'd print up a blank version of this invitation that you can use for your own Valentine's themed parties or activities.  You can even use them as simple valentines!  

Simply right click to open the image in a new tab, download the picture to your computer, then open it in an image-editing software program to add your own words in the box.

I hope it's helpful!  


  1. I am using this for our activity this year. Thank you so much for sharing!

  2. What Fonts Did you use? This is wonderful, thanks for sharing.

    1. The script is Coneria Script. The block letters are Ultra. Both are found in PicMonkey, if you use that site. I think you can download both free as well- just google them!

  3. Hi,
    Thank you for sharing this. I am planning a visiting teaching activity for February with this very theme. Do you mind if I ask for more details of what you did at yours? Thank you in advance

  4. You peaked my interest! What does L.O.V.E. stand for?

  5. It's been awhile, but if I remember right it was "Listen, Observe, Value, Embrace"- all about visit teaching!


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