Wow, it’s hard to believe we are now well into December, the final month of this crazy 2020 year.
We think about the silver linings this year… more time with family, DIY house projects, being more involved with our children’s schooling (more than ever before), and an added perspective on what is most important in life.
With all of that, we also acknowledge how challenging things have been. So. Many. Challenges.
If you’re like us, you find yourself reflecting on the year as a whole as we say goodbye to 2020, but also wonder what the last little bit of 2020 will be like. What will the holidays be like?
Let’s be honest: things are going to be different.
Even with all of the new challenges this year has presented, the holidays have always been a time to show those around us (whether we can see them these days or not), how much we love them.
One of the ways we like to do that is by sending holiday cards. It’s a time-honored tradition in our household.
If you’re like us, you love sending them and receiving them, but this year you haven’t gotten around to it… yet.
We were so excited to recently discover Basic Invite. As working moms, we’re always looking for ways to do holiday things a little more efficiently with less stress and less time… but keeping it beautiful and extra special.
As working moms, we’re always looking for ways to do holiday things a little more efficiently with less stress and less time… but keeping it beautiful and extra special.
What we really like about Basic Invite’s options is that once you select a design, you can change the color of each element on the card. Some of the other online stationery companies only have a couple background colors you can swap out, with only a few envelope colors to choose from.
That also brings us to corporate cards. If you’re tasked at work with creating corporate holiday party invitations, it’s a really nice touch (instead of sending an email out inviting everyone to another virtual Zoom party), to actually send a beautiful card. You can even design it to match company colors.
How easy is that?
Will you be sending holiday cards this year?