I thought I would post some of the printables from Bella-rella's "American Girl" party, let me know if you use them, I would love to feature you on the blog!





The font that I used for my daughter's name on her invite is Jenna Sue 
and the words are the American Girl-ish Inner Star font. 
Check out the party blog post to see more of the doll pillow invites.



The 'American Girl' look alike font is Inner Star and can be downloaded free.
I got the star charms here. They are the perfect size for little girls and they loved them!
The color is RGB 209, 1, 90 if you want to match it, or am I the only crazy one?? {don't answer that}


Check out the party post for some more ideas for hosting an American Girl party! Enjoy :)


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  1. I love the invite and the tag! I plan to use this for my daughters party! Thank you for sharing this :) Did you make water bottle labels by chance?

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    1. I didn't, just stuck with juice boxes. I'd love to see some pictures! I hope she had a lovely party!

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    1. I think they were from Hobby Lobby, which ever craft store was having a sale at the time! {I'm cheap!}

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  4. What color did you use for font in invitation? The pink-ish/Red AG color?

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  6. How can I make these invitations?

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  7. Hi Stephanie! Thanks for the basic invitation! I used it to create a customized version for my daughter, as well as a menu and gift tags! It worked great! You can see all the fun stuff we did for our American Girl Tea Party here: http://bit.ly/1PVaVCu

    Thanks again!

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  8. Thank you so much for sharing this printable! I used the invite to make e-vites for my mom, sister, SIL, and MIL to join us at the American Girl Bistro for my daughter's 7th birthday!

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  9. I love the Girls of the Year idea. Do you have the printable for that? I would love to give each girl one

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  10. I love the Girls of the Year idea. Do you have the printable for that? I would love to give each girl one

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    1. No, I just used stickers and letters cut with my Silhouette vinyl cutter, sorry!

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  11. Thank you ssooo much for providing the RGB!!! You have no clue what a pain in the butt it is to match those by eye sight. I really, really need to invest in some good editing software already. lol.

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  12. For those using Picmonkey as their editing software right now the color code is c80c46. :)

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  13. These are good ideas of American doll party printables. Couple of months ago, I arranged girl scout ceremony of my niece at an exquisite LA venue. Hired a reputed photographer and he took amazing pictures of this party. Everyone loved his great work!

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