Let’s Get Digital: Top Picks for Designer Holiday E-Vites

Hello Fabulistas! The time has come to start putting those invites in the mail. It’s fab to receive a physical invite in the mail, but who has time to open a stack of paper invites? I rely solely on e-vites for any holiday event I’m throwing and am a devout Paperless Post user. They have so many wonderful designer collabs that I could only narrow down my favorites to 10!

Jingle & mingle

A gilded invite is just what Santa ordered. This one keeps it simple and lets you focus in on the fab gold and font.

jingle

from bluepoolroad for Paperless Post

Merry merry

Don’t be mistaken! Those aren’t polka dots on the background of this invite. Instead, the designers used classic Christmas ball ornaments. I adore this little twist in refreshing light blue.

from Linda and Harriet for Paperless Post

Wine and dine with us

Kelly Wearstler is one designer right now that I think is doing a lot of FAB things. She definitely has a signature style and her collection for Paperless Post captures that. This isn’t a holiday invite, per se, but I say gold and chic is good enough for me!

wine

from Kelly Wearstler for Paperless Post

Laughing all the way

I adore some fab use of color and these striped straws on this invite are a great example! They bring just enough jazz to a text-heavy invite. This could be ideal if you have a lot of party details you need to highlight.

laughing

from Mr. Boddington’s Nephew for Paperless Post

Dasher’s entourage

It’s no secret that I love colorful holiday decorations. This chic little invite would pair nicely with a party full of bright colors and neon!

tis

from Mr. Boddington’s Nephew for Paperless Post

Ho ho ho Santa belt

There’s nothing quite like this red suit to signal this time of year. This would be an adorable (and chic) option for a kids’ Christmas party invite!

from Kate Spade New York for Paperless Post

Join us

This simple, graphic little invite is so, well, inviting! This makes it seem like the event in question will be such a cozy, good time.

join

from Linda and Harriet for Paperless Post

Celebrate script

It’s kind of amazing how over-the-top script can seem so lavish! Plus, this one will work for nearly any holiday event.

celebrate

from Bernard Maisner for Paperless Post

Lights, latkes, and libations

If you plan on using this little beauty, you better send it out in a hurry! Somehow all these fonts work together in a really fab way.

light

from Jonathan Adler for Paperless Post

City lights

You know I can’t resist an invite that highlights my beautiful city’s skyline! This one is beautifully and strictly for New York.

toast

from Kate Spade New York for Paperless Post

Are you a Paperless Post devotee, too? Are you using e-invites for your holiday shindigs? Let’s talk about them in the comments below!