Party Kits by Yellow Owl Workshop


Everybody who knows me knows how much I love to throw parties. Like, love. And by party, I don’t mean sissy Lindsay Lohan-style. When I throw a party, I go hard. Really hard. Like, paper invitations, cheese plates, and crudités kind of hard. Sometimes there’s even a theme—I don’t mess around. This is why, when I stumbled upon Yellow Owl Workshop’s booth at this year’s National Stationery Show, I fell head-over-heels for their new paper party kits. These little all-in-ones have everything: invites, envelopes, favor bags, and stickers that double as seals for the envelopes and favor bags. With kits for everyday parties and special holidays, the awesome folks at Yellow Owl have taken the guesswork out of planning, so you can focus on what’s really important: getting down. Check out all of the kits and links to purchase them after the jump! —Max


Above image: The Rainbow Heart Kit and The Animal Holiday Kit


Above image: The Babe Fete Kit


Above image: Sunsplash Kit


Above image: Reindeer Holiday Kit

  1. Love these! We have so many birthday parties to plan around here and I can never find cute invitations!

  2. These are such a simple, fun idea! It will be fun to see if & how they expand the line with other party accessories.

  3. Jo says:

    Can you please stop saying ‘I go hard’ quite as much – some of us are British.
    Only joshing! These are dead good: wish I made them.

  4. So cute! I hate the licensed characters for kids parties. Love the wonky drawings : )

  5. Jen says:

    These are soooo nice I LOVE them!

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