Paperless Invitations for an Eco-Thanksgiving. ~ via Deirdre Carey

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on Oct 29, 2009
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The holiday season conjures up many feelings – joy, nostalgia, sentiment, and the desire to carry on past traditions and create new ones.

Often times, holiday hosts will adorn their Thanksgiving tables with treasured family heirlooms like Great-Grandma’s gravy boat, Papa’s Silver Carving Platter, or China received as a wedding gift – each with its own precious memory.

Yet, many hosts also want to infuse their own unique personality into their celebrations and look for creative ways to make guests feel just as warm and welcome as the celebration itself. offers free, online, paperless Thanksgiving invitations that engage the recipient and generate such excitement and anticipation, they’ll think they can already smell the turkey roasting. And remember, the etiquette pros always say to send invitations out a month in advance.

Here is just a small sample of the free online invitations for Thanksgiving:

My Punch Bowl

Who wouldn’t love to receive a warm, welcoming online Thanksgiving invitation to join in the celebration?

For more information, please visit the Punch Bowl website.


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One Response to “Paperless Invitations for an Eco-Thanksgiving. ~ via Deirdre Carey”

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