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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.