If it's true that "life is one big party", then be prepared to send a lot of invitations! Whether celebrating a birthday, anniversary, Bar or Bat Mitzvah, graduation, soon-to-be bride, soon-to-be parent, corporate achievement, fundraising gala, holiday soiree, or any other of life's milestones, Bell Papel will design a unique invitation guaranteed to excite everyone on the guest list.
Fun fabric, modern lettering, and herringbone stitching announced Karri's milestone in style.
A regal palette of teal and purple, combined with a pocket invitation and peacock feather helped keep these invitations sophisticated, yet youthful.
These superbowl themed invitation's bold fonts, bright colors, and hints of metallic shimmer made them a fan-favorite.
Leo's nautical invitations combined stripes, knots, and some adorable whales for a first birthday his family was sure to remember.
What little man doesn't love a fire truck? For Leo's second turn around the sun, we created a block style invitation complete with ladder line breaks for a look that was as adorable as the birthday boy himself!
For Meg's shower, we revealed the chosen moniker of her bundle of joy with these custom "Leopalooza" shower invitations, thank you notes, and shower favors.
A "round the clock" shower theme was chosen by Kaitlin's bridesmaids, and we worked together to create these customized vintage-style invitations.
Baby Matilda and her Mom, Simone, were showered with a Dr. Seuss themed party, complete with colorful "Oh the placed she'll go" invitations.
This Chicago based theater company (whose colors are red, black, and white) always made a stunning statement while inviting their artistic collaborators to their annual end-of-season gala.
For this intimate airplane themed baby shower, we decided to forgo the traditional envelope, and shipped these adorable invitations in small boxes secured with matching silk ribbon.
Mustaches and banners helped set the tone for this casual potluck baby shower for Stephanie's little man.
The annual fundraising event for this theater company was an elegant affair held in a hotel ballroom on Michigan Avenue in Chicago.