Lorena Siminovich's illustrations are inspired by the shapes and textures of wooden children’s toys. Bring her kingdom of miniature animals to every big milestone of your little one's life.
Petit Collage’s treasure trove of toys, playroom accessories, and illustrated books is the brainchild of artist Lorena Siminovich. This eco-friendly line of modern children’s decor and gifts is influenced in equal parts by mid-century modern graphic design and the shapes and textures of traditionally crafted wooden children’s toys—two timeless touchstones that form a beautiful and contemporary vision of childhood. Bring her world of whimsical animals and graphics to every major milestone and occasion in your child’s life with Petit Collage online announcements, kids' birthday invitations, and cards.
The first milestone, of course, is your little one’s happy arrival. Beforehand, plan a baby shower with adorable Petite Collage baby shower invitations that will get everyone as excited as you are for your baby’s big debut. Choose from an enchanted woodland, fairy garden, a safari parade, or plenty of other magical settings. Customize every part of your happy greeting with our online design tool: you can add a favorite baby photo, pick out new fonts and colors, and add a matching envelope liner and digital backdrop. When you’re done designing, send it out to friends and family with the click of a button.
The kids will grow up fast, and you’ll want to make each birthday extra special. Petit Collage kids’ birthday invitations are adorned with everything from balloons and animals to trains and mermaids, and they’re almost as cute as the party monsters you’ll be entertaining. For other holidays, you’ll find Halloween invitations as sweet as a bucket of treats, Easter invitations in soft spring pastels for the annual egg hunt, or holiday invitations featuring familiar holiday characters and scenes of winter. No matter the occasion, our RSVP tracking and guest messaging tools help you keep a handle on who’s coming and who still has yet to mark their attendance. Your kids can also work on their thank you notes—though they may need just a little bit of your help.