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Erin Jang—illustrator, designer, mother, and craft-maker extraordinaire—brings an editorial background to her wonderfully naive and boldly graphic designs.

The Indigo Bunting is the brainchild of designer Erin Jang, a former art director for Martha Stewart Living, Esquire, and other publications. Her unique work bridges the gap between mid-century-inspired graphic design and playful subject matter. Fortunately, we have a great collection of charming, witty invitations and cards for you to enjoy the best mix of fun and modern aesthetic.

The Indigo Bunting’s bold geometric prints, vibrant pop-art illustrations of food and drink, and striking typographic designs make her invitations a smart start to all of your parties. Bring her warm and lively sense of hospitality to dinner and cocktail parties, housewarming parties, or a major milestone birthday. With online RSVP tracking and guest follow-up tools, it’s easy to take attendance and stock the bar accordingly.

The Indigo Bunting invitations aren’t only for adult affairs. As you might have guessed, her playful designs are perfect for entertaining even the littlest partiers. Jang’s designs for kids are bright and cheerful, but they’re also a great way to show off your great taste to other parents. Browse various kids’ and babies’ birthday invitations featuring balloons, bright colors, unicorn invitations, wordplay, and more. New to the parenting game? Use her photo-ready birth announcements to better frame any baby pictures you haven’t put on Instagram yet, or send a witty baby shower invitation to tell everyone you have a “bun in the oven.”

Even if you’re not planning a party, you can let friends and family know you’re thinking of them with greeting cards for every sentiment and season. Send a quick and thoughtful birthday wish to a friend, a Mother’s or Father’s Day card to your parents, or a cheeky love note to your main squeeze. You can schedule them in advance, too, so you never find yourself having to make up to them with something belated.