Bluepoolroad’s cards and invitations draw from award-winning designer and photographer Peggy Wong’s elegant typography to turn every piece of correspondence into a work of minimalist art. Some moments just speak for themselves, after all. Announce your party in the clearest of terms with bluepoolroad’s striking aesthetic. No matter the affair, you’ll find designs that foreground the occasion in bold lettering. Celebrate a milestone birthday with invitations that put the big number (give or take a few years) in deco-inflected capitals. Birthday parties for the younger set are well-announced with designs in rainbow-hued marquee type. You can even include a favorite photo on the invitation to show off your honoree’s best angle.
If you’re throwing a party that’s a bit bigger and significantly more romantic, bluepoolroad’s wedding invitations and save the dates are the perfect fit for the modern couple—and our smart online tools make planning beautifully simple. Choose from typographic designs in whimsical curlicues, stately serifs, or rustic brushstrokes and find matching options for every pre-party along the way. Customize your invitations with the online design tool to make sure every detail is letter-perfect. Once you’ve finished designing the wedding stationery for your ceremony, put together the guest list in the online address book and import names from your own email accounts to make sure no one’s left out. Keep track of all those guests with smart online RSVP tracking to make sure there’s enough room around the rehearsal dinner table (and enough champagne at the open bar).
After the wedding, tally up the presents and send out a few of bluepoolroad’s graciously understated thank you cards—but take a look at some of the other greetings on offer, too. Send a friend a birthday card on their appointed day or offer your main squeeze a greeting with a more romantic notion. Last but never least, Mom and Dad are sure to appreciate Mother’s Day and Father’s Day greeting cards that spell out just how much you love them.
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