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Online Halloween Invitations

Get the Halloween Party Started With Online Invitations

Some Halloween fright may be waiting in your inbox! Whether mama has decided to go green, or she just didn't get it together in time to mail out traditional invites, online invitations are one way to get your invitation out quickly. The Evite idea has received a 2010 makeover and now could easily be mistaken for its paper counterparts. Here are a few electronic options that will have your invitees RSVPing in no time.

  • Amy Atlas for Cocodot: Like everything Amy Atlas puts her hands on, this collection of online Halloween party invitations, photo cards, and thank you notes is high on style. With both traditional and modern patterns backing them up, the lavender and blue collections are a welcome change from the traditional orange and black (pictured above).
  • LilSugar for Pingg: Our sweet and spooky original designs for Pingg allow party-throwing moms to send out invites and reminders via email, SMS, and Facebook.
  • Punchbowl: These free kid-friendly invitations come with party-planning advice and links for vendors in the party-giver's area.
  • Paperless Post: These lifelike online invitations have the look and feel of letterpress invitations without the cost (and impact on the environment) of the real thing. Their Halloween collection includes plenty of candy-filled greetings that the kids will want to gobble up!
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