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Evite Ink: Online RSVPs for Print & Digital Invites

by Fox Van Allen on October 01, 2013

Evite InkThere’s no more convenient way to send out party invites than to do it electronically, either through Facebook or using a service like Evite. Unfortunately, even in 2013, not everyone is connected to the internet – 15 percent of Americans don’t use the internet at all. So how do you invite grandma to the birthday party if “she’s not on the email?”

Today, Evite announced a new service that bridges the digital gap: Evite Ink. It harnesses the simplicity of Evite’s template-based digital invitations, but with the added option of sending physical cards to real-life mailboxes for a small fee.

You start by choosing an invitation design and customizing it, adding the specifics of your party. You then give Evite Ink a list of physical mailing addresses. The company will send 4” x 6” printed invitations to each prospective party goer. Invitees have the option of RSVPing to you directly or through the web.

Each Evite Ink invitation will set you back $2.00 plus postage. That’s a pretty solid deal when you consider the time and effort the service saves you – no licking envelopes and no trips to the post office. And, of course, they’re more official and personal than a digital invite. After all, it’s not a real party invitation if you can’t stick it on the fridge with a magnet.


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From Lisamarie on October 01, 2013 :: 11:30 am

I like using Evite for small personal things with my friends, but for my kids family birthday party I use printed because not eveyone is on Evite, so I like this idea, BUT ....

For the last invitation we had a spiderman birthday party and when I searched Evite they did not have any superhero options so I had to go to the printed version.

So ... my suggestion to Evite, update what kind of options you have for kids parties and you’ll see even more people using this option.


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