From team takeout to formal dinners, gather your colleagues around the table with online dinner invitations. RSVP tracking and guest messaging are included.
Your working dinner doesn’t need to involve a lot of hard labor. (That’s what caterers are for.) Our dinner invitations offer online invitation templates for dinners. Paperless post is here to help you plan a great get-together for your team.
You won’t have to do any further research to put together worthwhile online dinner invitations with us. At every step of the way, our smart products are here to take away the most annoying parts of getting your team, or classmates together. You’ll even find funny dinner invitation templates for when you’re celebrating a job well done, or just better getting to know your colleagues and teammates in a more casual way.
You’ll have plenty of designs to pick from, made by our crack staff of in-house designers or even some well-known names in entertaining, fashion, and illustration. If you’d prefer to use your own company’s logo, you’ll find plenty of simple use your own logo invitation templates that make uploading original art a snap. You can even forego a logo and upload your own design entirely. It’s perfect if you have your own team of art directors or designers working on corporate identity or strict brand guidelines. It’s all a part of our suite of design and customization tools, which allow you to make totally personalized corporate dinner invitations that speak to your team, your goals, and your event.
Our RSVP tracking tool is just as smart, if we say so ourselves. You’ll naturally be able to track who has RSVP’d and who hasn’t, but you’ll also be able to keep a close eye on who’s opened your dinner invitation and who still hasn’t gotten to the bottom of their inbox. You can use our built-in reminder feature to give a gentle poke. And naturally, while the Paperless Post address book includes other past event invitees, you’ll be able to sync it with your work email accounts (including listservs you may manage) so that you can easily find your colleagues—and don’t accidentally invite Aunt Sarah to the office potluck.