Professional invitations from Paperless Post make it easy to set the stage for a stylish and memorable business dinner. Whether you’re looking to wine and dine with clients or throwing a celebratory meal for a milestone accomplishment, our business event invitations will create excitement for whatever you have planned. Your corporate dinner doesn’t need to involve a lot of hard work. Paperless Post is here to help you plan your upcoming corporate event and ensure it’s a smashing success.
When planning your business dinner, you’ll have plenty of unique templates to pick from, made by our in-house designers and world-class designers like Kelly Wearstler, Rifle Paper Co., and Oscar de la Renta. Don’t forget that you’ll be able to alter font types and colors, as well as rework the wording, so feel free to peruse our general entertaining invitations and cocktail party invitations for even more options.
Once you’ve landed on the perfect design, add a bit of branding by uploading your logo or emblem. You can also take the reins and upload your own design entirely—perfect if your business has a team of designers with nuanced brand guidelines. It’s all a part of our suite of design and customization tools, which allow you to make totally personalized corporate dinner invitations that help you communicate seamlessly with your guests.
The purpose of your dinner will determine the wording for your corporate invitation. For example, invites for getting to know new team members versus courting a new client will have a different tone. It also depends on the type of industry you’re in. The most important thing when it comes to wording your business dinner invitation is making sure guests have all the details. They’ll need to know who is invited (can they bring a plus one?), where the dinner is being held, the time they should arrive, and any additional information that you think will be beneficial (is parking available?). Additionally, our tools make it easy to ask guests questions about their dietary preferences and allergies so you can be prepared to cater to their needs.
Depending on the nature of your business, invitations should be sent about four weeks in advance. If you’re planning on hosting a larger event or guests will need to travel, six weeks is an appropriate timeline.
Add guests in bulk via .csv upload or by pasting a list of emails or phone numbers. If you’ve used Paperless Post in the past, contact information for previous invitees is available when you’re signed into your account.
With Paperless Post’s online invitations, you can efficiently track who has RSVPed and who hasn’t. You’ll also be able to keep a close eye on which guests have opened your dinner invitation and ones that have been left untouched. Our built-in messaging lets you give a gentle nudge to guests that haven’t fished it out of their inbox yet.