Paper Culture Birthday Invitations Review

When you are ordering Birthday invitations, you want them to be be perfect. They are a reflection of what your guests can expect for the party. My girls will be turning 3 and 10 this coming June, and we are having a huge celebration. My oldest will also be inviting her friends to a party later that week, so we were thrilled to review for Paper Culture. You can find a TON of designs here:

I don't know about your tweens, but ours LOVES pandas right now. The moment she saw this invitation, she knew she HAD to have it!

I love the bright colors, and the cute face. She thought it looks very "cool." You can personalize it with any text you would like, and even change the colors. The back was a very plain, stunning blue!

We made 2 different cards (one other for our daughters joint family party). The second choice allowed us to add text to our cards, so we chose this special message to our family.

When I went to check out, I was able to send a special "gift" to someone by planting a tree in their name! I posted it to Facebook, so my daughter could see a tree was planted in her name. She loved it! In fact, Paper Culture plants a tree for EVERY order made (over 300,000 have been planted thus far). Not only that, but their cards AND envelopes are all printed on 100% post consumer recycled paper and they offset their ENTIRE carbon footprint!

Not only that, but the cards and customer service is amazing! They use 130 lb, 17 pt paper! That means the quality of these invitations is AMAZING! Really thick, heavy stock cards. You can actually choose to mail your invitations directly to their recipient, only paying the cost of the stamp for each. All of the corners are rounded for both the invitations and address label and they have over 1,000 designs to choose from featuring artwork (as seen above), or 1-4 of your own pictures! And they offer a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee!

Paper Culture has been featured in Real Simple and Martha Stewart and has been used by celebrities like Jewel and Toby Maguire.

Check out all of their designs at:
You can also follow them on Facebook at: (they often post new deals!)
And their blog:

MamaBreak was given a gift credit to try Paper Culture out for ourselves. We were not compensated in any other way. As always, our opinions and experiences are our own. 

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