Real Simple Exclusive Print-and-Mail Party Invitations
Make party-throwing a snap: Start with these simple print-and-mail invitations.
Hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year? No problem! This Print-and-Mail Thanksgiving Dinner Invitation lays it all out for you.
Branch out from the typical birthday invitation (you know, the one with the over-the-hill joke): This clever card marks the passing of years in a more unexpected way. Download the Print-and-Mail Birthday Party Invitation, fill in the party details, and use an arrow to point at the (approximate) tree ring that corresponds with the honoree's age.
This graphic place setting strikes the perfect balance of formality and fun―a reflection of your dinner to come. Print out the Print-and-Mail Dinner Party Invitation, write in your party information, and serve it up to your guests.
Your dessert-party guests will know just what they're going to get with an invitation inscribed on a map to a chocolate sampler box. Print out the Print-and-Mail Dessert Invitation, then jot down the party details in the blank spaces.
Get your point across without being too (sorry!) cheesy. Print the Print-and-Mail Cheese Party Invitation onto a piece of yellow or orange card stock, fill in the specifics, punch out some Swiss holes, and mail.
New Year's Eve Party
Who wouldn't crack a smile at a Mad Libs invitation? But this card does more than entertain―it also makes party planning easier. Download and print out the Print-and-Mail New Year's Party Invitation, and fill in a dish for each guest to bring (enclose a recipe, if you wish). The bottom portion lets guests RSVP and make a song request, so you can put together a party playlist.
For a hot party during the dog days of summer, print out this cool canine cartoon. Download the Print-and-Mail Barbecue Invitation, then dash off the details on the lines below, along with a suggestion for what guests can bring to round out the refreshments.