Wedding Invitation & Stationery

Holiday Cocktail Party Invitations

The best parties start with a fabulous invitation! Just like your save the dates and wedding invitations, an invite to your cocktail party gives guests a glimpse into the style, formality, and overall theme. If you must, you can always do e-invites, but I prefer to send something beautiful in the mail instead. Here are a few invitations I really love and think you will too:

Invitations by Jubilee

First up are the invitations Jubilee is offering through our etsy store. They all have a vintage vibe to them with fun and catchy phrases. We can customize them for you too, based on your parties color scheme!

Good Golly, Lets Get Jolly


This one is a favorite of mine — and I love that it is double sided! Click here to see more!

Holiday Soiree


This invitation was originally designed for our own fabulous holiday party, which we’re throwing on the 20th of December. I love that it is double sided, too! Click here to see more.

The tree won’t be the only thing that’s lit…

This one is fun and a slight variation to the invitation that Mike and I sent out to our first holiday party three years ago. Click here to see more.

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Eat Drink & Be Merry

I love the design and colors in this fill-in-the-blank party invitation by MewPaperArts on etsy. Click here to see more.

Cocktail Party

The rounded edges and vintage details are what makes this gorgeous fill-in-the-blank card! Click here to see more.

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3 Comments

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  • Michelle @Everyday Celebrating
    December 3, 2008 at 10:37 am

    Those are sharp! I love the “the tree won’t be the only thing lit” line! Very hip!

  • Robin Dini
    December 3, 2008 at 7:27 pm

    these are so stylish! I love that you are getting your designs out there!

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