On behalf of InvitationBox.com, we’d like to wish all of our dedicated blog readers and customers a very safe and happy Halloween! I’m sure tonight will be full of trick-or-treating, costume dressing, candy eating and pumpkin carving…and hopefully not too much snow for our Northern customers who received a pleasant winter surprise this weekend.
Final reminder that our coupon code for 15% off your order, Zombie15, expires tonight at midnight! We never know when these high discounts will appear on the site, so best to take advantage of this great discount as you shop for your upcoming holiday items! Remember when entering in your promotional code to run the entire code together, including the number. There is no space between Zombie and 15, which so many customers tell us they have issues with. Enter your coupon code at checkout, after entering in your credit card number and email contact information.
With Halloween ending, I know you’ll be like me and wake up tomorrow morning thinking – “Oh my gosh, the holidays are HERE” – (said in slight panic mode, of course)! Remember that there’s still time to purchase your fall party invitations for those of you hosting Thanksgiving events for family, friends and corporations in your home. We offer newly-discounted rush prices to help your order ship and be delivered within just a day or so of ordering on some of our most popular autumn party invitations. Our digital press invitations ship the quickest out of all of our invitations, as they are printed in-house on our own digital press printers. Choose from Thanksgiving party invitations with cascading leaf patterns, fall colored plaid borders, serene fall outdoor scenes, fall place settings and traditional Thanksgiving icon designs with scarecrows, pumpkins and turkeys.
If you’ve already purchased your fall party invitations, don’t forget about sending a Thanksgiving greeting card to your family members and friends. Thanksgiving greeting cards are also very popular with larger corporations who prefer to remain holiday-neutral over the holiday season. From serene fall scenes by lakes, rivers and bridges to photographs of falling leaves in the countryside, it’s a great way to spread the word of Thanks during this beautiful season. Take a great snapshot over Halloween? You can also turn a photo Thanksgiving greeting card into a great way to share fall photos with those who mean the most.
Happy Halloween, everyone – I hope you’re serving up plenty of treats, not tricks, tonight!