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Cute Pupcakes

Saturday, January 14th, 2012

These Pupcakes are so cute!

Even though these look easy, I’m not sure mine would turn out as good. Do you think you could do a pupcake of your dog?


Memorable Christening Invitations

Saturday, December 17th, 2011

Christening InvitationsIt’s time for your baby’s christening and a wonderful time when family and friends gather together to celebrate the birth and christening of your baby.  When deciding on the date of the christening, make sure the special people in your child’s life, grandparents, aunts and uncles, have your chosen date free. Once you’ve decided on the date, secured the church and a place for a reception, if you are having one, it is time to choose christening invitations.

Compile your guest list by reviewing the list you used to send your baby’s birth announcements and/or your holiday greeting cards list. If you need an accurate count of who’s coming, be sure to use RSVP to your email address or phone number instead of regrets only. Using RSVP on your invitation can also help you keep costs under control and you will be able to stick to a budget and not over or under buy food, drinks, favors and such. offers more than 150 christening invitations, most of them exclusive designs you won’t find anywhere else. It is easy to shop their website 24/7 from the comfort of your home. You’ll find christening invitations with doves, crosses, on shimmery papers, with ribbons and sophisticated layered designs. You can chose from their large selection of bible verses, scriptures and poems to make your baby’s christening invitations truly unique.

Consider to help you make your baby’s christening day memorable starting with beautiful christening invitations.

Why You Need Custom Party Invitations

Friday, November 4th, 2011

Star Studded Party InvitationsIf you are planning a party and you want to make it an event that everyone you invite is dying to come to, you are going to need to get some really unique, custom printed party invitations. This means that you can’t just run out and buy any invitations you see in any old store, you are going to need the services of a company that specializes in creating invitations. Contrary to popular belief, custom printed invitations are not much more expensive than other invitations. In fact, party invitations that are custom printed tend to go over really well with your guests and they show that you took the time to personalize the party.

Let’s face it, sometimes people get burnt out going to party after party, so your goal is to make sure that when you send out your invitations, your intended guests see your party is going to be different and special. Basically personalized invitations encourage and entice guests to want to come to your event.  You can’t do that with just generic invitations. But, if you spark their interest with your invitations, you have a guaranteed guest.

Many people think if they just sent out generic invitations and go all out for the party decorations that it’s enough. They are wrong. Every great party and event planner will tell you and swear that one of the most important factors of a successful party is how well received the invitation is. So if you don’t really care who or how many show up, then go ahead and send out generic invitations. But if you want to make this a great party that neither you, your guests or the guest of honor will ever forget, make sure you start the party with perfect custom party invitations.

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Why do you Need to Mail Invitations?

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

Party InvitationsIn today’s world of cellphones, email, tweets and facebook posts, you might think mailing party invitations isn’t necessary. Nothing could be further from the truth. Mailing enticing party invitations to your guests shows that you value them as friends and as a guest at your upcoming event.

Printed party invitations get guests excited about your event and set the tone for your party. Invitations let guests know what you’re celebrating, what you’re serving, how to dress as well as the date, time and location. They also look great posted on their refrigerators. Custom printed invitations show your personality and can be casual, formal, modern or traditional.

An emailed invitation or a home-printed flyer might get guests to come to your party, but if you want an awesome turnout, nothing is better than mailing personalized party invitations to your guests. Invitations from are a perfect way to invite guests to your birthday party, baby shower, bridal shower, business event or even your wedding.

Pool Party Invitations and Fun Water Games to Entertain

Tuesday, July 5th, 2011

Kids in the Pool Party InvitationsA summer pool party is a blast for a birthday party or any special occasion.  Keeping kids entertained is easier when you can guide them in some fun pool games. 

Choose a person to be “it”. They stand in the middle of the pool. Players line up on one side of the pool and try and swim to the other side without being tagged. The players who are tagged hold hands with “it” and for the next round all the players holding hands try and tag the swimmers as they try and make it to the other end of the pool. Keep going until all players have been tagged – then choose another “it” and start again. Lots of fun!

Noodle Joust
Select two players to sit on a blow up raft in the middle of the pool. Give each one a pool noodle and have them joust with the noodles and try and get each other off the raft. The winner takes on the next player.


Sleepover Invitations and Breakfast Goodie Bags

Friday, April 29th, 2011

Three adorable multicultural girls in their pajamas having a pillow fight – the Pajama Party Pillow Fight Sleepover Party Invitations are perfect for an almost sleepover or slumber party invitations for any age.

For a goodie bag, kids will love the idea of a breakfast goodie bag to take home from an “almost sleepover” or pass them out in the morning at a slumber party.

We used our Pajama Party Pillow Fight Sleepover Invitations and matching sticker on our Purple Gift Bag with Twisted White Handle (12 colors available)  and filled them with a box of cereal (we found these at Target), a boxed milk, a banana and a yogurt.

Sleepover Invitations and Breakfast Goodie Bag

Pajama Party Pillow Fight Sleepover Invitations

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Faux Ribbon on Lime Polka Dots Party Invitations

Saturday, March 26th, 2011

Faux Ribbon on Lime Dots Birthday Party Invitation Bright colors and polka dots…feels like spring! You’ll love our exclusive Faux Ribbon on Lime Dots Party Invitations.

Big bright lime polka dots, a faux vellum overlay and best of all, it’s wrapped with a 1/4″ faux bright lime ribbon. The ribbon is printed on the design and looks so real – no ribbons to cut, no ribbons to tie, no layers to assemble.

The entire invitation is one piece with the vellum and the ribbon printed on – it just looks dimensional.

Use these invitations for adult birthday party invitations, baby shower invitations, bridal shower invitations, kids birthday party invitations, or any special occasion.

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Also available in Orange, Hot  Pink and Turquoise

Printed Patterns Cello Favor Bags for any Party

Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

Fill these printed pattern cellophane party favor bags with your favorite candy or party favors.  Lots of fun designs to choose from – stripes, dots, floral patterns and prints.

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Printed “cello” bags made of 1.2 mil crystal clear polypropylene have a crisp feel. Use as candy bags, food bags, soap bags, or for any small item. The printed patterns on these bags add appeal and a little extra.  Actual Size: 4 wide” x 2-1/2″ deep x 9-1/2″ high

Most Popular First Communion Invitations

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

We’ve put together some of our most popular First Communion Invitations in an easy to view slideshow.

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Social Media Invites vs. Printed Party Invitations

Monday, December 6th, 2010

Tiki God Luau Party InvitationParty invitations might be easier to send by email or a by flyer created from your home computer, but if you want people to get excited and actually come to your party, sending custom printed party invitations win hands down. 

Snail mail has its advantages, one being privacy, the other being that a custom printed invitation lets guests know you have taken the time to do it right. Beautiful invitations also build excitement and anticipation from the moment guests open them and social media just can’t duplicate that feeling.

Unless you are promoting a business event, using social media as a means to invite party guests to a personal event is a risky proposition.

If you should get the urge to use Twitter or Facebook as the source of your event invitations, be careful. Are you really inviting every one of your social media followers to your party? You could end up with an out-of-control number of party guests, “followers” that are really “in-the-flesh strangers,”  or a lot of hurt feelings from unread posts or non-follower friends being left out if you rely on social media as your main source of inviting and relaying party details.  

Shh Surprise Party InvitationDon’t forget that Twitter messages are public and they can be seen by anyone at anytime, even total strangers.  To see this yourself, from your Twitter account, run a search on the word “invitations” or “party.” Your screen will be filled with “non-followers” tweets. Even more amazing is the “Tweets Near You” function. With one click, the world’s tweets have just been narrowed down to “near” your location. For your safety and the safety of your guests, resist the urge to tweet or post your personal address, email, phone number, party location, date and time.  

The same safety issue applies to Facebook. While you may have made your Facebook “Wall” private, some of your most “private” information is not blocked from a stranger’s view. With a few clicks through any Facebook page or any “friends” page, a stranger can view all the personal bio details you have posted on your Facebook Info tab. The info fields Facebook has made available include:  your sex, your birthday, your children, siblings, parents, grandparents, aunts/uncles, your relationship status, anniversary, hometown, religious views, contact information – email address and/or website links, likes and interests, education and where you work, plus what you are looking for with your Facebook page such as friendship, networking, etc.  The Facebook Photo and Video tabs are also viewable by anyone and photos can be “tagged” with names of the individuals in each photo.  A completed Facebook Info tab might contain more information than your parents, husband or best friend ever knew about you and the information is available to anyone who logs in to Facebook whether they have “liked” you or not. Be careful if you decide to post your party invitation or any party details on your wall. (more…)

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