One of the most beautiful ways to honor a deceased loved one on their birthday is to perform acts of kindness for other people. Use this customizable card to invite your loved ones to perform acts of kindness with you.
Also take a look at our free downloadable acts of kindness cards to leave in your loved one’s name.
This year On [Name’s] Birthday, we’d love it if you joined us in spreading kindness around the world. Do something sweet for your neighbor, stranger, or friend, and encourage them to do the same. [Date]. Please pass the kindness along.
Downloadable invitation (Orange/Pink):
Downloadable invitation (Blue/Green):
About our Invitations:
All invitations on Adrian’s Elephant were created using templates and elements found in Canva.com and are completely free to download and print for personal purposes. Read more about Canva’s use policies here.
Invitations are sized to print on 7″ x 5″ cardstock, and are also compatible with invitation templates such as those produced by Avery or many other vendors of office supplies. If your template is sized differently than 7″ x 5″, you will need to scale the design to fit. You can also print via many online services or through a local print shop.
Customize this invitation:
All invitations are also customizable via Canva. Some cards may require a Canva subscription for premium elements; click on the individual template for details. (If you don’t have a subscription and only want a single design, please contact me. I will create it for you.)
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Adrian’s Elephant and Sea Glass Parenting will never charge for customizable digital products downloaded directly from this site. (We do charge a nominal fee for downloads from our Etsy shop). If you are moved to support our efforts, we accept tips via Ko-Fi.
Additional resources & support for bereaved families:
Sea Glass Parenting; Supporting Bereaved Families in Love & Grief
Resources Homepage for Bereaved Parents & Families
Notes for the Bereaved; Thoughts on Life after Loss
Resources Blog: 30 Ways to Honor Your Deceased Child