Printable Paris Crown and Invitations

Printable Paris crown and invitationPrintable Paris crown and invitationI love celebrating America on 4th (tomorrow!), but I also love celebrating all things French for Bastille Day, July 14th. Bastille Day celebrates the turning point in the French Revolution. Celebrated with massive firework displays, a parade down the Champs Elysees, and lots of music and dancing. Since we are quite a ways a way from France, I thought I’d bring a bit of Paris to the states!

We created a printable Paris crown and invitation so you can hold your own Bastille Day celebrations! We’re thinking a picnic where the fare includes a Charcuterie platter with the yummiest breads, cheese, and fruit. And pastries and macarons galore, of course! Maybe play a little croquet before lighting some sparklers! Bastille day or not, there is always an occasion to celebrate Paris. Print off the Paris Crown and invitations and get a jump start on your Bastille Day celebrations! Oui Oui!

Get the downloads after the jump!

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Download the crown and invitations here, print off on 11″ by 17″ paper at your local print shop, and cut out with scissors. Glue the two pieces of the crown together at the edges, ensuring that it will fit snuggly around your head.

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Photography by Anna Killian | Graphics by Ashley Isenhour 

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