Marimekko’s bold, colorful prints are the essence of Scandinavian mid-century design. Since 1951, their modern textile designs have brought bright, modern style to homes around the world, Jackie O.’s wardrobe, and now, your parties. The design house’s ever-evolving aesthetic reflects the beauty and charm of Finnish hospitality and will make a perfect accompaniment to your stateside festivities. Entertain your guests with Marimekko’s design philosophy in mind and send timelessly fashionable invitations and greetings with the help of Paperless Post’s suite of online tools.
You’ll find invitations decorated with prints cut from iconic Marimekko fabrics—geometric Kivet dots, Kippis (“toast”) cups, and, of course, their signature Unikko poppies in an array of vibrant colors. Newer prints inspired by modern Finnish life will help you bring a little Scandinavian coziness to the winter holidays. During warmer seasons, party like the Finns and celebrate summer’s white nights with a pour of cloudberry liqueur and invitations styled in blooming greenery. No matter the time of year, our online design tool lets you add your personal flourish to any option you choose.
Once you’ve crafted the perfect invitation, we’ll help you run your party with Nordic efficiency—spend time with your friends, not your cell phone. Keep count of every guest with the help of the online RSVP tracker and keep everyone invited up to speed with guest messaging. Apres sauna, you can share photos of the night with your guests in an online gallery.
If your guests couldn’t make it over for herring, extend the figurative comforts of your home with a letter on personalized stationery. Notecards decorated in Marimekko’s trademark graphic style are a perennially gracious way to send your most important messages. Start your children’s etiquette lessons early with personalized kids’ and babies’ stationery perfect for thank you notes. Bo Boo’s colorful cars and Rulla’s toy chest treasures are perfect for the young and stylish, and when your little ones are ready for something less childlike, but still playful, they can switch to iconic Unikko blooms.