{Relief Society} Birthday Celebration Invitation

Each spring, Latter-day Saint women across the globe meet together to celebrate the founding of the Relief Society by the Prophet Joseph Smith on March 17, 1842. This year we celebrate the 174th anniversary of this amazing organization.

Often we celebrate this special event by holding a ‘Relief Society Birthday Party’. Every birthday party needs an invitation, right? Today I am sharing just that…a Relief Society Birthday Invitation that you can use for your very own Relief Society Birthday Celebration. Hope you like it!

Relief Society Birthday Celebration pic

I decided to create an invitation that would work for any birthday celebration. You can’t go wrong with balloons. 🙂 I love the water color balloons that I used for the invite. I found them on Etsy from a shop called Dinny’s Garden.


Relief Society Birthday Invitation

I am sharing 2 choices with you today. One of the invites includes the invitation title: “Join Us For A Relief Society Celebration” (pictured below). The rest is blank, but I kept the polka dot lines…because I like the polka dot lines. 🙂

Relief Society Birthday Invitation

The other option has a completely blank text area. You can add your own title and information.

The fonts that I used for my invitation is Nixie One and LillyBelle (one of my favorites). I had chosen a different font instead of Nixie, but I just shared a video tutorial on ‘How to Edit Using Canva’ and unfortunately they didn’t have the font that I originally used. BUT they have the Nixie One font, so you can download my invite and edit it with Canva, easy peasy!


Click HERE to download my Relief Society Birthday Invitation!

Click HERE to download my Blank Relief Society Birthday Invitation!


Tutorials for Editing!

You can view my video tutorial, HERE!

If you need to edit the printable using Microsoft Word, check out THIS post!

And, if you need to edit this on a Mac, check out this Video tutorial!

{For Mac Users: Click on the invite you would like to download, right click and click ‘Save to Downloads’. Then find the file and double click it.)


I hope you enjoy my Relief Society Birthday Invitation and use it for your celebration. And I hope my tutorials are helpful, but if you have any problems just send me an email or leave me a comment and I will do my best to help you out!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a great day!



Hi! I’m Sheena, the blogger behind Little LDS Ideas. I love sharing LDS Ideas and printables to help make your life and calling a little bit easier. I am a mother to 4 and a wife to one amazing guy. In addition to being busy with blogging and being a wife/mother, I am also in school. Studying and homework keeps me busy, but I love it. Thanks so much for stopping by! ♥


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  1. Kate Pearman

    None of the downloads are working, am I doing something wrong?

    1. Hi Kate! Sorry about that. My site was hacked last year and in the process of restoring it many of my images and files were deleted. I will go and update the links. Sorry for the inconvenience. 🙂

  2. Janice Case

    I would like to use your RS birthday cupcake toppers. Can you send me the link, I can’t find it.

    1. Hi Janice! I don’t think I have shared any cupcake toppers, but if you have something that you’re looking for I can create some for you. Feel free to email me at sheena@littleldsideas.net. Thanks!

  3. Camille

    Thank you for sharing this!!

    1. You are very welcome! 🙂

  4. Jenni

    Hi…I love your work and your sweet generosity in sharing with us. Not sure if you are still doing all this beautiful stuff, but I’m trying to subscribe to your blog and nothing happens when I push “subscribe.”

    1. Hi Jenni! I actually canceled my email subscription since I am not going to be updating my site as much as I used to. There is a way to subscribe to my website so that you get notified when I share a new post, but I am not 100% sure how to do it. I can try adding you and see if that works. Thanks!

    2. Ok, it says that there should be a “Follow Blog” option in the comment form. 🙂