Leading Invitation Purveyor Unveils its Delightful 2010 Holiday Collection

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InvitationBox.com makes the season brighter with an exceptional line of new Christmas and holiday party invitations full of whimsy and style

"A truly memorable affair begins with the invitation," according to Jonathan LaNasa, founder of InvitationBox.com.

The holiday season is beckoning and so many will soon begin party planning. Simplifying the process and stirring up anticipation from the start is InvitationBox.com, the premier Internet source of trendy invitations and greeting cards. Today, InvitationBox.com officially announces its 2010 holiday collection which is bursting with fresh creations by the industry's leading invitation stylists. The hot-off-the-press assortment includes exclusive designs by William Arthur, Noteworthy Collection, Paper So Pretty, SanLori Designs, M. Middleton, Putnam House, and IB Designs, to name a few.

With quality and originality unrivaled, hosts can rest assured eyes will light up and expectations will rise when family, friends, and colleagues open an invite from InvitationBox.com.

“A truly memorable affair begins with the invitation,” according to Founder of InvitationBox.com Jon LaNasa. “The style and tone of your invitation will let guests know what to expect and set the mood of your event. Our newest holiday designs are a unique and special way to do this and spread the word about your upcoming party. We have something to suit everyone’s taste and every party theme.”

Of the 350 plus winter, holiday and Christmas-themed designs to choose from many are part of the environmentally-conscious “InvitationBox Green” initiative – a compilation of great designs printed on recycled paper as well as paper that is FSC and SFI certified. A portion of the proceeds go to support the We Campaign.

Once a style is chosen, the extent to which customers can then personalize their invitation is extensive. Besides customizing with the event’s title, description and details, many items are available in an array of colors offering a slight variation on the original selection. Customers also have the option to order matching response cards and address labels.

The experts at InvitationBox.com have gone the extra step to suggest invitation styles for different party themes, such as: a festive cookie or ornament exchange, a casual holiday open house, a fashionable cocktail party, a company celebration, a traditional Christmas feast, or a lavish and elegant affair with all the trimmings.

During this time of giving, it is fitting to note that InvitationBox.com is a company with a generous spirit. Throughout the year they donate a portion of overall proceeds to nationwide charities, including the Rally for the Cure, The Thomas G. Labrecque Foundation for Lung Cancer and the Holt Foundation.

Shop the holiday collection and order at http://www.invitationbox.com/holidaycards.html

Orders ship within two to seven business days and delivery options include ground, second day and next day. In addition to ordering online customers can call 866-862-7382 and employ the assistance of a trained and helpful invitation consultant.

About InvitationBox.com

Family owned and operated, InvitationBox.com offers a vibrant collection of trendy stationery, party invitations, greeting cards, photo cards, calling cards, announcements and customizable accessories including stampers, stickers, address labels, embossers, gift tags, and fantastic gift ideas. With over 3,000 designs to choose from, they have a unique invitation or announcement for every occasion under the sun: weddings, bridal showers, engagement parties, birth announcements, baby showers, birthdays, graduations, summertime pool parties, backyard barbeques, family reunions, house warming, retirement, wine tastings, Valentine’s Day, Halloween and more! See the sweeping collection at http://www.invitationbox.com

For more information or to request samples and hi-res photos, please contact Wendy Roberts, Director of Public Relations, Orca Communications Unlimited at wendy(at)orcapr(dot)com.


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