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Purple Photo Invitations

What customers have to say about our All Occasion Invitations

October 21, 2018

Very please with invitations

"Very happy with the invitations. Easy to read and the photos on the back turn out great. Appreciate that we were able to purchase a small number of invitations and not more than we need."

May 9, 2018

Always good quality.

"I love making my own cards, it gives the recipient something special only I can give with pictures I took myself."

April 30, 2018

Yes

"Super cute and can use this card for all occasions"

April 11, 2018

I will buy again !

"Create awesome cards for family occasions. Love the convenience of being able to create them on the website and send directly to the recipient. However, I wish their was a link that asked when you want the card sent to the recipient ao I could order some cards earlier. For example, my niece's birthday is May 2 but do not want her to receive the card this early. So I am waiting until the end of the month to order the card because I like to send her's directly to her via Shutterfly's mail service as well."

February 5, 2018

Always Awesome

"Easy to order. Great service. Nice products. Fast shipping!"

Purple is Quite Versatile

Purple is a color with a lot of meaning attached to it and can be a great choice for your next party invitations. Purple photo invitations are perfect for any occasion, so here is how to use this vibrant color to suit your needs.

Light Purple Means Beauty

While historically, lavender and light purple spoke more to feminine beauty, its modern meaning is beauty in all forms. What a wonderful way to celebrate a milestone in your child's life by using a color that symbolizes how beautiful he or she is in your eyes. Consider light purple for first-day-of-school announcements and milestone birthdays such as 13, 15 and 16.

Mid-Purple Means Power

When you use a purple that is not too dark and not too light, it often comes across powerful. This is great for graduation announcements and celebrating a new job or promotion. You can use purple as part of a custom pallet for a notepad gifted to a new employee.

Deep Purple Means Spirituality

Deep purple has customarily been used in the robes of royalty and spiritual leaders. When choosing a card for a spiritual or religious occasion, why not consider the color purple? Purple is great for bar mitzvahs, first communion, baptisms and more.

Purple Gemstones Mean Creativity

For creatively driven events, such as wine and paint parties or a child's party with a crafty focus, a sparkly purple invitation looks original and fun. You can either have your invites mailed directly to your guest list, or have them sent to you so you can jazz up the sparkle with some actual glued-on rhinestones.

A purple photo invitation is as fun to design as it is to get in the mail, so you might want to keep this playful color in mind for your next event. If you find a layout you want to use over and over, you can save it to your Shutterfly account and come back to it whenever you want to.

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