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Designing your casual work event invitation is the first time you’ll get to take it easy at the office. The second time is the event itself, of course. But whether you’re planning an office gathering, a quick team retreat, or just a well-deserved break from the daily grind, our office party invitations make designing and planning your event as easy as the leisure itself.
Work outings take on many forms, and we have invitations to match. For a work picnic or retreat in the great outdoors, find invitations with nature scenes, or more hospitable greens. That means sports, in case you’re having a company field day, office intramural sporting event, or are otherwise in need of a company picnic invitation that sums up the festive spirit with a light-hearted design. Some work events take place indoors, though, and that’s okay, too. You’ll find invitations in event-driven themes as well as in decorative styles suited to the mood of your retreat or event, but don’t let that box you in. We have plenty of upload your own logo invitations that have easy niches for your company’s logo, wordmark, or plain old stamp of approval. Adding your individual image is simple, and if you’re so inclined, you can upload your own design in its entirety. Use your own design invitations are perfect for work events that your design staff spent a little time on—whether they chose that work out of dedication to your brand guidelines or just out of a sense of office party-inspired whimsy is no issue.
Our smart design tools make adding images, art, or customizing your wording and event details incredibly easy, and our event tracking and guestlist management tools make the other steps easy, too. You’re naturally able to track RSVPs from all your invitees, but you’ll also be able to send segmented reminders from your event. Alert attendees to changes of plan, send your thanks to those who graciously sent their regrets early, and even remind the non-openers and non-responders to get to the bottom of their mailboxes already. (We’re all struggling to get to inbox zero, so be kind.)