Archive for August 13th, 2009

ON SALE NOW! Spooky Halloween Invitations

Thursday, August 13th, 2009

It’s a come as you aren’t party! Take the chance to get together with family, friends and co-workers at a fabulously spooky Halloween party. We have some of the stationery industry’s hottest Halloween party invitations right now that feature the most popular Halloween staples including haunted house invitations, creepy Halloween cocktail invitations, eyeball invitations, trick-or-treating invitations and more. Take a look at some of our favorite new Halloween invitation designs below…

It’s a dark world out there…especially at witching hour! This dark and scary Halloween invitation is created by our designers at InvitationBox., IB Designs. The design of the card features a black silhouette design of a haunted house on a hill with glowing yellow windows. To the left of the haunted house a black cat is pictured perched on top of a gravestone in a small graveyard. Black silhouettes of bats fly throughout the navy blue sky and white glowing moon. This Halloween invitation is perfect for those inviting friends over for trick-or-treating or for those hosting a spooky Halloween party in their home.

Halloween doesn’t have to be just about bobbing for apples and trick-or-treating. This formal Halloween party invitation is one of our most popular elegant Halloween designs this year. Invite your friends over for a formal dinner while the kids are out trick-or-treating or out with their friends and serve up some witches brew and a bountiful fall feast. This invitation is a layered card that features an orange bottom layer with a deep orange floral background design and a black chandelier on top. A vellum top layer is tied to the bottom card with a black satin ribbon, to which your text is printed. A Halloween twist on a formal party invitation.

Be careful with this one…Your guests just might scream upon opening their envelope! This creepy Halloween invitation is perfect for an adult or teen Halloween party bash. The stunning design of this invitation features a large jack-o-lantern face glowing and gleaming red and yellow light from inside the pumpkin. A silhouette of a crazy girl with long hair stands in front of the scary pumpkin face as she gestures to the black silhouette crowd below her. Two black bats fly in front of an orange moon in the top right corner. Did we spook you on this one?

Can’t wait for Halloween? Neither can we! And to reward our fellow scare-crazed customers, we are currently offering…


Bridal Luncheon Invitations

Thursday, August 13th, 2009

We all know the wedding is about the bride-and-groom-to-be. However, the other people that help so much with the wedding planning and details are often overlooked. Go above and beyond the bridezilla ways and take time to honor your bridesmaids with a bridal luncheon in their honor.

A bridal luncheon is typically held a few days to a couple of weeks before the main wedding event. The bride should send out invitations to her bridal attendants and may also want to include the mother of the bride and groom. Choose a relaxing atmosphere where you and your bridal party can get together for lunch, cocktails or appetizers and conversation. This is also a great time to go over any last-minute wedding details or go over what needs to be accomplished before or on your wedding day. If you have purchased a gift for the wedding attendants you can present the girls with there gifts at this event or the rehearsal dinner the night before the wedding.

At our bridal luncheon invitations feature delicate designs that capture the appreciative nature of your event including bridal gown drawings, wedding cakes, silhouettes, floral, tea and garden designs. Do your best to match your invitation to the type of luncheon you are hosting, whether it is a get together at home, a restaurant, spa or garden. Take a look at some of our most popular bridal luncheon invitations below…

Your bridal shower luncheon is sure to be a surprise to your bridal attendants and they will really feel special knowing that you have appreciated their helpful efforts in planning your big day.