Click on the free printable 1950s diner invite template to the right to enlarge and download it.
I’m of such a vintage that I was alive in the 1950s (at least at the very end of that decade), so this design is close to my heart. And I particularly resonate with the diner aspect, because food just seems to taste better when you eat it in a silver metal tube with a long counter and red plastic seats! I’m not quite old enough to have actually eaten in a real 1950s diner but reinventions of them were quite the rage during the nostalgia boom when I was growing up in Los Angeles in the 1970s. I ate many a greasy hamburger, washed down by vanilla milkshakes.
This 5″ x 7″ horizontal template can be used for birthdays, anniversaries, girls or guys night out, retirement parties, and of course, reunions. I hope you find it useful!
You can get the instructions for making this template and see other 5″ x 7″ designs by visiting my beach party invitation designs hub or clicking the button below:
If the template above doesn’t download immediately when clicked, please save it to your hard drive by control-clicking (if you use a Mac) or right-clicking (if you use a PC).
This artwork is for your personal use only.
Credits: Thanks to Justie Jewkes of Just Creations for the incredible 1950s Diner sign graphic that inspired me to create this design.
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