27 First Birthday Party Invitation Wording Ideas

Celebrating the first birthday is an important event for many parents. It means your little baby is now hitting to toddler stage and will vastly develop in language and social skills. To make the first birthday party of your child memorable, the following party invitation wording ideas are listed below to help inspire your wording with catchy and creative phrases. These have been used by others and are intended to help inspire your own unique message.

[first name] is turning “one.” There will be fun galore. Please help us celebrate on this important date. Join us for fun music and girly things galore.

[first name] It’s as easy as 1-2-3. A party is planned this is when it will be.

[first name] will soon finish his first year. We’re planning a big party and we hope that you’ll be here.

[name] is turning 1. Come to my party. Celebrate a bit. See my first cake. I’ll be wearing it. I learned to laugh and squeal, then sit and stand, and I can walk now if you hold my hand.

A birthday party with fun galore. Our little baby is turning one.

A double celebration for a special girl and boy. Join in the festivities and share the fun and joy.

A little cake, a lot of fun, and a sweet little host who’s turning 1.

A little cake, a lot of fun. A little host who’s turning one.

B is for Birthdays, bright and sunny, With lots of treats, sweet and yummy.

Balloon and streamers and lots of fun. [first name] is turning one.

Cake and icing in the hair… I am one year old so I don’t care. Pictures, balloons, presents for me, I’d rather have the box, if you please.

First teeth, first curls, he’s crawling around. [first name] is growing by leaps and bounds. There is one more first to celebrate. With balloons, a candle and a cake.

He’s cute and sweet and so much fun. Our little prince is turning one.

Hip, hip hooray. Baby [name] turns one today.

I have it on good authority today will be quite grand, I’ll having my first ever birthday party and you’re a special part of the plans. But the fun has only just begun, lookout world, I’m turning one.

It’s been a very exciting year full of joy, love and fun. We hope you’ll celebrate with us as our little girl turns one.

Join for some fun, [name] is turning 1. Cake, snacks, games and more. There’s sure to be laughter and giggles galore.

One little candle placed on the cake. One little wish to make.

Our little prince is turning one, We hope you can join us to have some fun.

Please come and join the fun, ’cause [name] is turning 1.

The cake will have one candle. We’ll have lots of food and fun. So come and help us celebrate. As Samantha turns one.

The year flew by, it went so fast. But we’ve had fun; its been a blast.

This is a party you just can’t skip It’s gymnastics and you’re going to flip. We’ll jump, roll and hop. The fun will never stop.

Time sure flies when I’m having fun. Come to my party, I’m turning one.

Two special birthdays are almost here. Come join us for some 1st birthday cheer.

We can’t believe that it’s been a whole year, [name] 1st Birthday is already here.

We’re blowing up balloons and icing the cake… There’s a big party that we hope you can make.

The below infographic provides a short guide to the milestones and development that occurs in a child’s life during their first and second year. By a year of age, many babies can stand alone and take steps, imitate others actions, understand the meaning of words such as ‘no’ and use hand gestures. As your newly official toddler continues to grow, they will respond to instruction better, run, climb, and start to use words more regularly.

First Year Child Milestone