Let’s Get This Party Started!

Telegram Invitation

Spring is here and we’re throw­ing an epic out­door party with Keep.com! The first thing we did was load up our Keep.com col­lec­tions with invites, sup­plies, party decor and every­thing else to make the soiree a mem­o­rable affair.

What is Keep.com? Keep.com is a visu­ally inspir­ing mar­ket­place. You’re wowed by hand picked fash­ion, food, and craft sup­plies, then you are one click away from the pur­chase. Whether your plan­ning a party or look­ing for your warm weather wardrobe, Keep.com lets you col­lect your finds and then invite friends and fam­ily to check it out. It’s like own­ing your own spe­cialty boutique.

Now let’s talk about this spring bash that i’m try­ing to pull off. I thought it would be cool to ask you guys to help me with the plan­ning by shar­ing with me your fav party sup­plies and web shops that carry them. You’ll need to sign up for Keep.com and basi­cally start keep­ing your super fab finds. You fol­low me on Keep.com and I’ll fol­low you. Let’s start sharing!

A great event starts with a fan­tas­tic invi­ta­tion. We found ten that will get the party goers run­ning to their cal­en­dars to save the date. DIY projects and pre-made cards by indie mak­ers all made the list. Where do you buy your invites? Let us know by Keep­ing them!

Join me as we take a look at some of the best party invi­ta­tions of the season…

DIY Custom Lettering Kit by Rifle

DIY Cus­tom Let­ter­ing Kit by Rifle Paper Co.
When you’re talk­ing about invi­ta­tions and cards, Rifle Paper Co. will always make the list. Anna Bond always has an incred­i­ble selec­tion of cards and all kinds of other good­ies. See more of my Rifle Paper favorites on Keep.com!

DIY Foldable Boat Invitation

DIY Small Fold­able Boat by Dia­per Style Memoirs

You can find all of your sup­plies for this fun lit­tle boat on Keep.com. We filled filled our Let’s Party col­lec­tion with all kinds of fun sup­plies from all over the internet.

DIY Flower Invitations

DIY Flower Invi­ta­tions by Inch­mark
How much fun are these won­der­ful flow­ers made by Brooke Reynolds over on her awe­some blog, Inch­mark? All it takes is some flo­ral tape, stamps, and tissue.

Let's Celebrate Stamp by Yellow Owl Workshop

Let’s Cel­e­brate stamp by Yel­low Owl Work­shop
You can use the stamp over and over long after this spring­time cel­e­bra­tion is over. Stamps are just plain great. You can change the look of the invite by sim­ply using a dif­fer­ent shade of paper. You can buy it right from Keep.com!

DIY Photo Strip Invitation

DIY Photo Strip Invite by muy­molon
This lovely invi­ta­tion is easy to make and you can cus­tomize it with lovely hand­printed paper. You can find a great selec­tion of hand­printed paper in our Keep.com collection.

Handmade View-Master Invitations available on Etsy

View­mas­ter Invi­ta­tions by Melan­gerie on Etsy
Super fun view mas­ter invi­ta­tion that you can fill with your own pho­tos. Wouldn’t you com­pletely flip to get one of these in your mail­box? The invi­ta­tion is a bit pricey but we had to include it. You can buy it here.

DIY Printed Balloon Invitations

DIY Printed Bal­loon Invite via Oh So Beau­ti­ful Paper
You can get the details of your party printed on a bal­loon. Your guests will be soar­ing! Check out sev­eral bal­lon print­ing options on the website.

Scout Invitation Kit by Lady Fingers Press

Scout Invi­ta­tion Kit by Ladyfin­gers Let­ter­press
If DIY isn’t in the cards, then head over to our Keep.com where you can pur­chase this hand let­tered cus­tom kit for your next bash!

DIY Printable Pops Invitations via Martha Stewart

Print­able Pops Invi­ta­tions via Martha Stew­art
Martha Stew­art is the queen of craft and her free print­able pop­si­cle invites prove it even more. You can find the tem­plate and get the vel­lum and envelopes, all ready to go, on Keep.com. We kept a num­ber of envelopes, paper ‚and party sup­plies that will def­i­nitely have your guests adding the big day to their calendar.

Pic­tured at top of post: Telegram Stop lets you write a mes­sage to friends and fam­ily right from their site. I know email invites are super com­mon these days, but come on… there’s noth­ing like get­ting a a fun card the tra­di­tional way.

Don’t for­get to fol­low us on Keep.com! We’ll be sure to fol­low you back so we can all share our best party finds. Wait to see if your pick pops up at the big party!

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  • Bri­ana Nichele Mateo

    The type­face is so unique I love it. Great combo of vin­tage and mod­ern! A real eye catcher.

  • http://www.jampaper.com/ Jam Paper

    These are some nice look­ing invi­ta­tions espe­cially the telegram set. Great for a vin­tage 50’s style party. For a sim­i­lar vin­tage feel check out our Air­mail Sta­tionery col­lec­tion which is repli­cated from the same authen­tic design from the mid 1900s.