Gather up your grownup besties for a boozy evening filled with holiday spirits—'tis the season for holiday cocktail parties! There's no better excuse to get a little tipsy under the mistletoe than a semi-sloshy soiree. And with so many delicious beverages to choose from—think spiked hot cocoa and apple cider, mulled wine, egg nog, gingerbread martinis, and hot toddies—your guests won't be able to resist cozying up to a warming wintery mixed drink in good company. Let everyone know about your upcoming holiday party with a Christmas cocktail party invitation from Paperless Post. With so many thoughtful themes and designs to choose from, you'll no doubt find the perfect match to entice your guests (and, in turn, have an excuse to show off your expertly stocked bar cart).
Paperless Post has an incredible, extensive assortment of holiday cocktail party invitations to suit all holiday cocktail parties. From cute and clever to classic, there's a card (or three!) to suit every party's mood. If a penguin passed out in a martini glass or a reindeer using his antlers as a wine rack isn't really your vibe, perhaps you'll find yourself drawn to a handsome red tartan border or gold leaf floral designs. Find snowflakes, Santas, and sparkles in our array of holiday cocktail party invitations. Want to make sure everyone can attend your epic fete? Send out a holiday save the date further in advance.
First, choose the holiday cocktail party invitation that speaks to you the most. Some of our favorites have clever, catchy wording already included in their designs like “Kringle Mingle,” “All Bottled Up" and “Champagne Train.” Once you've picked your favorite, the most important thing to include in your holiday cocktail party invitation is the date, time, and place. If it's a virtual holiday cocktail party, you can add a link, instead. Let people know the point of the party by adding a phrase like "Come over and cozy up to a holiday cocktail" or "'Tis the season for snowballs and highballs." And if you're planning on doing an at-home wine or cider tasting? Ask guests to bring a bottle of their best stuff along with them. By the way—if you need any ideas for making your party the best ever, check out our ultimate holiday party planning guide.