invitations

  • Moonfrye Debuts Its Latest App, A Party Planning Mobile Shop Called P.S. XO

    Moonfrye Debuts Its Latest App, A Party Planning Mobile Shop Called P.S. XO

    Moonfrye, the family oriented startup best known as the company co-founded by former child star Soleil Moon Frye (aka TV’s “Punky Brewster”) has officially launched its second product, P.S. XO. Now available on the iPhone and iPad, the P.S. XO app allows consumers to take care of party planning activities directly from their mobile phone or tablet, including things like… Read More

  • Paperless Post Brings Its Design-Focused Greeting Cards & Invitations To iPad

    Paperless Post Brings Its Design-Focused Greeting Cards & Invitations To iPad

    Design-focused online invitations and stationery company Paperless Post has launched its first iPad application today, which now offers all the content from the Paperless Post website – including its over 10,000 customizable designs – for use on the iPad. Though the company had previously launched an iOS application for iPhone, that app is intended for managing your events… Read More

  • Evite Makes The Move To Printed Invites With Launch Of “Evite Ink”

    Evite Makes The Move To Printed Invites With Launch Of “Evite Ink”

    Evite, a brand known for its digital invitations and other social planning resources since its founding in 1998, is announcing a new product today which will allow consumers to send out printed paper invitations in addition to, or as an alternative to, their online invites. The new service, the first of many new initiatives expected to arrive in the coming months, is being called… Read More

  • Paperless Post Goes Retro And Launches Paper, A New Invitation Printing Business

    Paperless Post Goes Retro And Launches Paper, A New Invitation Printing Business

    Paperless Post, a company that has built a name for itself offering a cloud-based, visually engaging, way of sending people invites by email, is going retro: today the company is officially launching PAPER, a printed stationery business that it will sit alongside its less physical cousin, which now has 1.5 million registered users, and has sent out invites to 30 million more since going live… Read More