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Party planning? Make it official by marking your coworkers’ calendars. Snag your night early before the work week gets too full, even if you’re still sorting out the finer details, with online corporate save the dates.

From classic gold foil to festive holiday designs, our collection of online business save the date designs are here to help kick off your next work event in style. Choose from square, tall, and horizontal layouts, whatever works best. Plus, with exclusive collections with partners and designers including kate spade new york, Mr. Boddington’s, Sugar Paper, and Cheree Berry, our online invitations and save the date cards are not just efficient, they’re corporate chic too.

Going for a more relaxed vibe? Keep your work shindig casual with Paperless Post’s Flyer. Sail through the event planning process with polished and professional online invites. Choose from a wide range of modern designs and flexible templates for any type of work event. Once you’ve settled on the aesthetic, change your Flyer invite’s colors and upload your own image with our easy, flexible save the date templates from the comfort of your smartphone.

Having a hard time deciding what type of professional event to plan? Here are some exclusive tips from our party planning experts.

For office parties, an hour before quittin’ time is the magic hour. For the perfect day of the week we asked users and office party planners alike and one day kept coming up: Thursday. Plus, choosing a weekday keeps your staff from sacrificing one of their precious weekend nights. Browse our happy hour online invitations to get inspired.

If you don’t have a Thursday night to spare, consider casual cocktails on a Tuesday. You'll give everyone something to look forward to midweek other than a snackless meeting to put on the agenda. But what if you don’t have a Tuesday night to spare? We find that Wednesday works really well for either casual cocktails in the office or nice drinks out. Just consider a time that allows your guests a commute from work and a reasonable return home.

Planning an open house? Daytime on Sunday or Saturday is perfect for a professional showing—guests will appreciate the freedom to choose the hour, you’ll love the relaxed expectations, and if you’re feeling bold, you can keep the fun going and go out after. Preview the open house with our easy online photo invitations templates that are bound to catch your invitee’s attention before the big day.

We also love a classic family-friendly office fête. Start a bit before 5 p.m. 3-5 p.m. is the optimum time to throw a corporate party and still bring the kids. You catch the post-nap and pre-dinner energy window. If you want to throw a party that includes families and children, we do recommend waiting until Saturday, but start the party in the early evening around 5 p.m. The upsides: the childfree can fit another engagement in after your party ends, the parents can get some well-deserved shut-eye, and the children won’t succumb to post-9 o’clock madness.

Planning an adults-only work par-tay? Ideally you’d host your party on Saturday or Friday evening to give guests time to recover. Traditional party o’clock is 8 p.m, or kick things off a little later to signal wildness over mildness. You can read even more tips on our blog.

Looking for other creative ideas? Contact our Personal Design Services team to help you get started with you save the date business event today.