This marmelade-loving bear has been delighting kids since his 1958 debut in Michael Bond's "A Bear Called Paddington". Peggy Fortnum's original illustrations bring this sweet collection of invitations to life.
Paddington Bear, Michael Bond’s fuzzy friend from Peru, has been delighting children since 1958. This intrepid traveller now comes to Paperless Post with a collection of online invitations, kids’ stationery, and greeting cards featuring original illustrations from Peggy Fortnum—briefcase and yellow wellies included.
Paddington’s arrival in the Brown household was a cause for great celebration, so it’s only fitting to celebrate your kid-friendly occasions with Paddington Bear invitations featuring his furry likeness and iconic blue peacoat. Illustrated with scenes from the original books, Paddington Bear birthday invitations are the perfect way to set a whimsical, joyful mood for your little one’s big day. They also make an adorable start to your family album in the form of baby shower invitations you’ll cherish as keepsakes in the years ahead. Plan every event with ease via our smart online platform that includes RSVP tracking and guest messaging. Personalize your Paddington Bear party invitations with our online design tool to make sure that your invitation feels personal and matches the unique celebration you have planned. Be sure to snap lots of pictures at the event and post them in the online gallery so party-goers can reminisce.
Aside from invitations, there’s a large collection of Paddington Bear cards that are perfect for special occasions or just because. You can send them to children or use them for your child’s own correspondence (even if you’re the one doing most of the typing). After your child’s party is over, help them send thoughtful thank you notes to those who showered him with gifts. If your little one has just made their way into the world, introduce them to family and friends with photo birth announcements. However you plan to use this dreamy stationery, the recipients (young and old alike) are sure to fall for the furry friend who greets them when they open their email.