MyPunchBowl

  • Online Party Planning Site MyPunchbowl Rebrands As Punchbowl; Passes 1M Users

    MyPunchbowl, a start to finish party planning site, has reached an important milestone today: the startup now has one million registered users using its online invitation and party preparation services. In conjunction with the announcement, MyPunchbowl is announcing the acquisition of the domain Punchbowl.com and rebranding the site as Punchbowl.com. Punchbowl allows users to create… Read More

  • MyPunchbowl Makes Online Invitations Look Like Fine Stationery

    While the design of online invitations has evolved since Evite first launched nearly ten years ago, these invitations still don’t capture the same quality as fine stationery. Until now. MyPunchbowl, a start to finish party planning site, is unveiling a new Digital Invitation Studio that helps you create online invites and e-cards that look and feel like you created customized stationery… Read More

  • MyPunchbowl Signs Multi-Million Dollar Licensing Deal With Oriental Trading Company

    The event planning business is a competitive space, with a number of companies and startups competing for a piece of a very lucrative pie. All-in-one party planning platform MyPunchbowl is opening up a new revenue stream today by licensing its technology to outside companies. And the startup has already hit gold. MyPunchbowl has signed a licensing deal to distribute its planning platform on… Read More

  • Save A Tree Without Looking Tacky: MyPunchbowl Launches Classy eCards

    Jumping from one crowded space to another, Evite competitor MyPunchbowl has just launched a new service for free eCards, allowing users to send customized greeting cards using its impressive card editor. Users will be able to choose from an array of holiday, birthday, and thank you cards, which they can embellish with family photos and a number of text effects. CEO Matt Douglas says that… Read More

  • MyPunchbowl 2.0 Launches With Gorgeous Custom Invitation Editor

    MyPunchBowl, an eVite competitor that opened its doors early last year, has launched a ‘2.0’ version of its site that features a revamped interface and a very impressive custom invitation creator. MyPunchBowl CEO Matt Douglas says that his team has integrated improvements throughout the site for the new release, including an enhanced address book, the ability to send test invites… Read More

  • MyPunchbowl Has Its Own Buzz: News Feed for Parties

    Yahoo may have beat them to it with the launch of its Digg clone, but MyPunchbowl too wants to announce something called “Buzz”, this one a Facebook News Feed clone of sorts for party planning. MyPunchbowl Buzz will give hosts and guests alike a way to keep track of what’s going on with the party scene as organized through the site. Initially it will consist of the onsite… Read More

  • IMThere Joins MadeIt As The Most Recent Attempts To Crack The Event Nut

    Any event based site is basically a social network – they are designed to allow interaction among friends to coordinate virtual or real world activities. The venerable Evite is still the king of online event coordination. None of the recent startups (renkoo, socializr, mypunchbowl and the deadpooled Skobee) have presented much of a challenge. And none of the event aggregators/search… Read More

  • MyPunchbowl: The Algorithm Schedules Your Event

    eVite has been a target of several startups over the past year. Sites like Skobee or Renkoo have differentiated themselves by helping plan the casual outings for drinks or dinner. Socializr is taking a social networking approach. MyPunchbowl is a later entrant that focuses on the details of planning your soirée. They’ve been building out tools for each step of planning a party… Read More

  • MyPunchbowl Joins the eVite Gunners

    Just in time for the SuperBowl season, Boston-based MyPunchbowl is inviting everyone to check out their new eVite competitor. For a while eVite has been seen as a ripe target for competition as users continue to complain about constant reminder email turning the service into eSpam. There’s a list of services already lining up to take on the dot com veteran in all their Ajaxy glory. Read More