Whether it’s the first, 10th, 25th, 50th anniversary party, you’ll find a design perfect for your fete. Start with elegantly lettered invitations that announce your matrimonial milestone in typography that suits your style. Deco-inspired pinstriped capitals marry vintage flair to thoroughly modern minimalism, perfect for a stylish (but hardly buttoned up) anniversary party. For a more romantic anniversary dinner, Bernard Maisner’s masterful calligraphy illuminates your years of marriage with delicate hand-finished detail. If you’re announcing a silver or golden anniversary (or any precious material in between), metallic foil-stamped invitations make a fitting prelude to your celebration. Your fashion sense may have changed in the interceding years, but a photo invitation featuring a favorite wedding portrait lets you start the party in one of your favorite outfits—a tux is always in style, after all. However you choose to commemorate you and your spouse’s years together, our online design tool will help you customize your invitation with the same care you put into your original wedding ceremony.
Once you’ve designed your invitation, assemble your guest list with the help of our online address book. If you planned your wedding with Paperless Post’s invitations, you’ll find your guests’ email addresses right where you left them. (You can also import contacts from your personal email.) After you’ve sent out your invitation, keep track of your guests’ RSVPs online and use your event’s page to share any pertinent party details left uncovered by your formal invitation. You aren’t limited to digital notices, though—send paper invitations for a gala affair or order a single keepsake to put in one of your wedding album’s blank pages. Save some room for anniversary photos, too. Your guests can upload party shots to an online gallery when the night’s over.
You’re already a step ahead of the game by planning the anniversary party, but a card won’t go unnoticed—schedule an anniversary greeting in advance, or quickly design and dispatch one shortly before the celebrations.