PRLog (Press Release)
- Oct. 12, 2012 -
CardsMadeEasy are now offering free birthday party invitations for the lucky people whose next birthday will be their 100th. Reaching the grand old age of 100 is some achievement. Life expectancies are much longer nowadays, so more and more people are hitting this milestone and continuing to enjoy life far beyond their century of years. Someone born in 1912, turning 100 in this year will have lived through some of the most famous historical events ever, including both World Wars, the great Depression, the first moon landing, the introduction of computers and the internet and countless other fascinating events.
There is an old tradition in the UK, that when a person turns 100, they receive a telegram from Her Royal Highness, The Queen. In recent years this has progressed to a more informal birthday card from the monarch, with congratulations for reaching such an incredible milestone in their life. CardsMadeEasy, an online printing service cannot guarantee a hand-written letter from the country’s royal family, but their free invitations are an ideal way to spread the message about such an important event to friends and family.
Personalised invitations are a great way to give a party or event an intimate and considerate touch, and there can be no more personal event than reaching a century on the planet. CardsMadeEasy’
s printed invitations show the effort that has gone into making the invitations and are sure to impress and make an impact on all who receive them. The invitations are printed in full colour, and can feature as many images and logos as the client wishes; the invitations can be a riotous burst of colour to represent the celebratory aspect of the event, or a more conservative and sophisticated colour palette to reflect a refined and elegant party. Using some of the most technologically advanced printing presses available, the invitations are printed and shipped within three to five working days from the completion of all quality and proofing checks. There are a variety of finishes to choose from, including gloss, matt, silk and even recycled paper for the environmentally-
conscious centenarians. The great finishes can really reflect the splendour of the event.
All of these invitations come with free envelopes so that the invites can be address accordingly. Whether looking for a small batch of invitations for a personal family gathering, or hundreds of invitations to throw a party befitting of someone celebrating such a momentous day, the free service courtesy of CardsMadeEasy salutes the country’s centenarians and takes a weight off the mind of the event organiser.
To find out more about CardsMadeEasy and its leaflet printing services for any size of business, visit http://www.cardsmadeeasy.com
or call 0845 166 4478.