Happy 4th of July – Plan Ahead with Fall Invitations
From all of us at InvitationBox.com, we’d like to wish our sparkling customers an amazingly fun, safe and relaxing Independence Day holiday! Whether you’re heading to the lake, the pool or out to the local university to park it on the grass and watch the fireworks show, we’re sure you have a fun-filled day ahead tomorrow! One of my favorite parts of the July 4th holiday is sparklers, (hence the fun graphic on our left here), which we did with the kids this weekend and they had loads of fun. However you celebrate, remember how great it is to live in the land of the free, and celebrate our beautiful country on this special holiday.
So what’s next in the upcoming months?! Maybe it’s a birthday party, a corporate event, a wedding or a fall gathering. July 4th marks the middle of the summer months for us, and it reminds us that cooler weather is only a couple of months away. That being said, in the invitation world, we always live a few months ahead, as we know you’re busy planning now for your upcoming fall event, and we’ve got the perfect invitations to set the scene for your upcoming events.
If you’re celebrating a fall wedding, we have fall rehearsal dinner invitations that will set a cool autumn scene for your event, with a warm approach to each design with dark chocolate wood grain backgrounds, falling leaf borders, elegant fall topiary and borders of fall hues in brown, orange, green and charcoal. If you’re planning a corporate fall party or a fall birthday party, check out our gorgeous autumn invitations which feature borders of autumn wind and leaf swirls, damask print border accents, acorn and leaf themes, wreaths made out of fall foliage or our harvest place setting invitations. We also offer die-cut invitations in the shape of fall leaves and acorns and pumpkins.
Whatever type of event you have coming up late summer or early fall, keep us in mind for all of your invitation needs. And again, we wish everyone a fun day off while you celebrate our Nation’s independence!