I picked this one because it said something other than “Happy Birthday Elvis.”
They certainly have a big birthday celebration going on right now at Graceland. EPE came up with enough things to do to make it a four day event. Seems like they did a good job.
There’s the same appeal with this message. I like “Happy Happy Birthday Baby,” and that Elvis shot is a strong one.
This is the most unique message I found. I had to do a screen grab from a video on YouTube to get it. Don’t split those pants, Elvis.
Here we go with the traditional greeting. This sure looks like Elvis doing a song in Fun in Acapulco.
I believe this picture comes from one of the Dorsey Bros TV Show
Joe Petruccio keeps creating wonderful Elvis art. I love the way he’s got birthday cake candles in the lenses of Elvis’ famous shades.
I don’t get this one at all. What does Tinkerbell have to do with Elvis’ birthday?
This is clever — putting Happy Birthday vertically. You know, I think I might have used this one ten years ago. Oh, well.
When I first saw this, I thought Elvis was opening a present from Priscilla. But, no. It’s Debra Paget on the set of Love Me Tender. And what was in the box?
OK, a hound dog. Elvis was going to get a lot more after that.
Here one last variation on the greeting. Sandi Fox Norton did a nice job.
We Elvis fans send birthday wishes, as well.
Happy Birthday, Elvis. We miss you.