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Shimmer Ornaments Invitation

A rich and gorgeous invitation with silver foiling. It shows two red ornaments against a deep background border.

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Blue and Red Festive Border Invitation

A bold red and blue invitation for any holiday event. This border design incorporates stripes and dots in a fun and unique theme!

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What's Your Motif? Invitation

This is a simple and elegant black and white formal invitation. Perfect for any formal wedding or corporate event.

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Christmas Reindeer

Dancing reindeer against an elegant red background. This invitation is decorated with swirls and snowflakes to highten the grace of the winter holiday.

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Swirls Red Invitation

A red border invitation with shimmering gold swirls. Great for holiday events!

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Holidays are not just for family and friends, but also for appreciation for the end of the business year! Many offices in the corporate world host annual events to celebrate the year, their employees, and their customers, clients, or partners. Enjoying those who have invested their lives into making a business run smoothly is an extremely important part of business. Boost the morale of your employees and extend an extra bit of gratitude for the good business your clients have given you. Host a Corporate Holiday Party and let us help you with the invitations. We have designs for all types of holiday events, and we can even help you personalize your invitations. Contact Us to inquire about bulk discount pricing and rush processing!


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Office Holiday Party Ideas

Holiday Parties are an excellent way to promote unity and office morale with employees. They are also an ideal way to express appreciation for employees, business partners, customers, and clients alike. For one night in the year, all business jargon should be set aside to simply enjoy the company and appreciate the accomplishments of everyone you work with on a daily basis. If you are the lucky one who has been tasked with planning the party, you will want to pick something that you know everyone will enjoy, and that has a new and fresh ring for everyone to enjoy.

Selecting a venue will likely have a lot to do with your budget. Smaller budget events should take advantage of currently available space, like the office as the venue or someone's home for smaller guest lists. Larger budgets and guest lists might check hotels and resorts, art museums, botanical gardens, restaurants, and even theaters for unique venues.

When planning food for your event, there should always be a variety so that everyone will have something to enjoy. Foods from different countries and ethnicities are always an interesting choice! Set up several food stations with bits from different styles around the world. Be sure to include options for vegetarians and vegans, or those with any unusual dietary restrictions (i.e. lactose intolerance or gluten allergy). The key to great food is to have a little something for everyone. And, libations should be flowing freely! Whether it is cocktails, beer and wine, or water and soda, be sure there is plenty to drink to go around.

Plan some form of entertainment to keep guests occupied. You can hire a band or a DJ to provide music throughout the evening. Other interesting choices of entertainment include magicians, hypnotists, or any variety of unusual performing artist. If you elect to host your event in a gallery or museum of some fashion, the gallery will definitely offer entertainment for all of your guests. Take that into account when planning your event!

Christmas Drinks

Enjoy this delicious Christmas drink all throughout the holiday season! A great way to get professional and flavorful coffee at home. An easy recipe that anyone can enjoy!

Christmas Cappuccino

  • 1 1/2 cups espresso beans
  • 3 cups water
  • 2 Tbsp sugar
  • 1 Tbsp cinnamon
  • 1 vanilla bean
  • 4 cups milk
  • 4 ounces bittersweet chocolate
  • whipped cream (if desired)
  1. In a small bowl, whisk cinnamon and sugar together until well blended and set aside.
  2. Using finely ground espresso beans, brew the espresso with the water in a coffe maker or espresso machine
  3. Carefully split the vanilla bean and scoop seeds into a medium saucepan. Add milk and heat over medium heat for approximately 5 minutes.
  4. Remove milk from heat and stir in chopped chocolate bits (bittersweet chips may be substituted). Once all chocolate has melted, cover and return to low heat to keep warm.
  5. Divide espresso into cups. Then, whip half of the warm milk in a blender until it becomes frothy. Divide the remaining half of the milk into the cups of espresso and stir. Top each with a serving of the frothed milk and a dollop of whipped cream (optional).


Office Gift Exchange


Participating in an office gift exchange? There are several different types of gift swaps that are great for an office environment. More involved gift exchange activities (like the “white elephant” gift exchange) would be too involved in your average office setting. One of these more simple swaps is generally a better choice.

Secret Santa - All of the names of office members are pooled and drawn at random. The only rule, if you get your own name you put it back in the pot! Set a maximum dollar amount and give employees a couple of ideas of appropriate gifts.

Random Draw - Employees are asked to bring a small gift to be exchanged completely at random. Each gift is numbered as it comes in, and each employee asked to draw a random number which will represent their exchanged gift. Many offices prefer this method so that any coworkers who forget to bring a gift or choose not to participate do not have to.

Cookie Swap - Instead of asking everyone to bring gifts, ask them to bring a small tin of cookies. It can even be a mix of whatever cookies you already were making at home! Then just swap tins the same way you would gifts. The management may want to participate by bringing extra cookies for everyone to enjoy in the office!

Gift Card Exchange - A great alternative to those trying to encourage participation. Ask employees to bring a small gift card (set an amount like $15 - $25) from their favorite restaurant or store. Swap the gift cards however you like. Even if it is a for a location you do not enjoy, you can easily trade with another coworker who does or use to purchase a gift for someone else.


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Coworker Gift Ideas

Many offices enjoy the giving spirit and generosity of an office holiday gift exchange. The small bit of time and investment it takes to exchange gifts amongst coworkers is a great way to express appreciation for the team. It also makes for a great holiday activity to boost morale outside of the office holiday party.

If you are looking for a gift for a holiday gift swap then you likely want to pick something that your coworkers might actually enjoy while shopping on a budget. We have several universal and useful gift items available as an easy choice! If you know who is receiving your gift then go for a personalized notepad set. Or, check out one of our coaster or file folder options! Browse through our gift section to get some ideas for yourself.

Other great choices include holiday themed items to help with decoration and enjoyment of the season. Scented candles, fancy ornaments, and calendars are all great "generic" choices. For something a bit more unique, assemble your own mug set by filling a holiday mug with a sample of peppermint, cinnamon, or eggnog coffee. Include some peppermint sprinkles, a candy cane or two, and a cute holiday stirrer to complete the package. Don’t bother with trying to wrap it, all this fun and simple gift needs is a bow!


Corporate Christmas Invitations


Selecting the right invitation for a corporate event can be slightly challenging. You will want to choose an invitation that suits your company, theme, and budget. Further, the invitation should be somewhat neutral even though it is intended for the Christmas Holidays. There are several different styles of invitations to choose from, and countless designs appropriate for the holidays. Here are some things you will want to determine and keep in mind when selecting the right invitation!

Formality - Is the event a cocktail party for employees to let loose, mix and mingle? Or, is it a formal banquet and possibly awards ceremony? Informal events might enjoy some of the cuter designs with cocktails and fun wording. Formal events should stick to simple elegance, with options for enhancing the design with layers, ribbons, pockets, or even gemstones.

Budget - Every style of design will have several options to suit different budgets. However, the more pieces to the invitation the more it will cost. Keep that in mind to determine what your company is willing to afford.

Wording - True, it can be easier to select a design than to assemble all of your wording. Make a list of what pieces of information need to be included to have an idea of how much space you will need. Then, eliminate designs that you know will have too little space to accommodate your needs.

Holiday Theme - Some invitations will be clearly Christmas themed with Christmas trees and Santa Claus. Others will have holiday colors like red, green, gold, silver, or blue. Consider who is being invited to your event when selecting an invitation. As a business, you will not want to appear excluding or insensitive. Often, a simpler design is a better choice when a large number of people are being invited.

Easy Cookies for the Office

Spreading a little bit of holiday spirit is a great idea for the office workplace! You don't have to be a manager to want to send around a little goodness. Christmas cookies are a great way to perk up the smiles at any office. But, with a ton of other cookies to make for your holiday season, bringing cookies just for the office can be a bit too much to take on. Here are a couple of super easy cookie recipes with little ingredients and minimal work!

Chocolate Log Cookies

  • 1 lb. powdered sugar
  • 1 stick melted butter
  • 2 cups crunchy peanut butter
  • 4 cups Rice Krispies
  1. In a large mixing bowl, combine powdered sugar together with the melted butter and stir. Gently mix in the peanut butter and Rice Krispies.
  2. Roll spoonfulls of dough into a log shape and refridgerate. Ice with chocolate frosting.

These great recipes are made with simple batches of cookie dough that can be store bought. Just combine with an extra ingredient or two to make completely unique and homemade tasting cookies!

Snowball Cookies

  • One batch of basic cookie dough (chilled)
  • 2 cups coconut (flaked)
  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Place the coconut flakes into a bowl or pie plate.
  2. Break off teaspoon sized drops of dough, and roll them into balls. Gently roll the cookie balls in the coconut, coating evenly.
  3. Place the cookies on a non-stick baking sheet, and gently press them with the back of a glass so that the tops are flat. Bake six to eight cookies at a time on the middle rack for 10-12 minutes, or until lightly golden.
  4. Place the cookies on waxed paper or cooling racks and allow to cool before eating or storing.

Try these variations! Roll in sugar and cinnamon, sprinkles, or gelatin powder.

Tasty Middles

  • One batch of basic cookie dough (chilled)
  • Any of the following toppings:
    • M&M's
    • Hershey's Kisses
    • butter mints
    • maraschino cherries, halved
    • whole pecans or almonds
  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Break off teaspoon sized drops of dough and roll them into balls. Place the cookie balls on a non-stick baking sheet, about 2 inches apart.
  2. Press one candy or other topping into the middle of each cookie. Bake the cookies on the middle rack for 10-12 minutes, or until lightly golden.
  3. Transfer baked cookies to a cooling rack or waxed paper and allow to cool before serving.

Get creative! Try using your own favorite candy, topping, or jam/preservative.

Greeting cards perfect for businesses to send to customers and employees to express holiday sentiments and appreciation for the year of work and profit.
Environmentally minded greeting cards for corporate or business mailings. These cards are smart for the environment while useful for your business!
Invitations for any general business purpose or event. Neutral designs in varying levels of formality perfect for the corporate world.
Labels and stickers for all the holiday seasons as well as for general correspondence. Great as return address labels!
Celebrate the New Year with a bang! These invitations are themed to help you count down until January first finally hits. Options for business and informal events.
Stationery papers designed for New Year's Eve and New Year's Day! They have bright bursts of color and flowing champagne to turn over your new resolutions in style.
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