Product Review: Paper Culture Invitations

Monday, January 7, 2013

I love planning parties.  If I could do it for a living I would.  It would be my dream.  But it is not meant to be for me (at least not at this point in my life).  So when I have he chance to plan a party, like for my kids birthdays I get giddy.  I try not to go overboard.  I really do. But I do like to have unique parties and ones that haven't been done before - at least not in my child's circle.  I love every detail, from planning the location and activity of the event to the invitations to the cake / cupcakes to the favors.

This year for my daughter's birthday I didn't go with your standard 8 pack of invites.  I used Paper Culture's website and designed my own invitation using one of their many designs.

This is what I chose.  The theme for the party was a pretend sleep-over (that is where the little girls come in their pajamas and do everything you would do at a sleep over  - except actually sleep over - genius - right??)  I loved the ice cream and the little kids at the bottom.  And I was able to put all the party details on the front and information about the logistics of the party on the back.  That was my single favorite feature.  Otherwise I would have had to either hand write it all on a standard invite or insert a printed note.  Not very nice.

The Paper Culture website was extremely easy to use.   You just choose the type of card you want from the different categories: Holiday, Baby Shower, Baby Announcement, Birthdays, Events... and then you pick your design.  Once that is chosen  - you click personalize and fill in your information.  It really couldn't be any easier. 

When you get your cards, you will notice that the card itself is printed on really nice, heavy paper.  Looking on the back it states that is "100% Post Consumer Recycled Paper / Every Order Plants a Tree".  How cool is that?

If you are looking for some other unique gifts or products - Last year I ordered Paper Culture's Bamboo Wall Art.  I had one of our family pictures printed on the Bamboo wood.  It came out fantastic and is so unique.  The quality is incredible and it has become a great conversation piece in our home. 

*Disclaimer: The invitations were provided to me by Paper Culture.  All opinions expressed are completely my own.

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