There's no season like the holiday party season. When the weather outside is frightful, throw an event that’s delightfully tipsy and toasty. However you’re choosing to beat the chill, choose holiday party invitations infused with just as much warmth as your cup of spiked cocoa. Let your guests come as they are to a casual holiday open house with invitations decked in cozy holiday trappings like canapes, candy canes, and a generous pour of pre-New Year’s champagne. If you’re looking to break out your furs and winter white, start your holiday gala with an elegant typographic or modern patterned invitation—including a few choices stamped in illustrated gold and silver foil. Designs featuring winter textiles from Oscar de la Renta are sure to complement your guests’ chic cold-weather wardrobes. There’s something jolly for your corporate holiday party, too, with invitations featuring office supplies who are full of the holiday spirit(s). Theme party-throwers will find invitations to cookie swaps, ugly sweater parties, and other holiday chestnuts. No matter what amusements you’re planning, you’ll find a design to match the dealer’s choice. You can put your own spin on your invitation’s type, layout, and colors with the online design tool, too. Add a hand-finished touch to your online delivery with an envelope liner or digital backdrop designed to match your holiday invitation.
No amount of sleet or snowfall will impede our convenient online delivery. Assemble your list with the help of our address book and deliver your invitation from the comfort of your desk. Your guests can easily announce their arrival with our online RSVP tool. We can even speed up the delivery of your paper invitations—order envelopes pre-printed with your guests’ addresses and use the extra time to take an early dip into the wassail. Trade any late-breaking updates or snow closures with your guests online and, after the party’s over, post a few photos of everyone in their holiday finery in your event’s online gallery. We’ll bet your guests look festively red-nosed and rosy-cheeked—and they didn’t even have to step outside.