|This InviteBandZ kit allows your invitees to log on to RSVP, see your customized page,|
see a gift list (if you want to post one), and more!
When I throw a party for one of the kids, it's not the planning, purchasing, set-up, or even clean-up that stresses me out. It's the RSVP process. For some reason, people don't like to pick up the phone and say, 'hey, we'll be there, thanks,' and so up until the moment the party starts you really don't know how many people are going to show up (or not show up). That means you have to play a guessing game as to how to plan activities, how much food to put out, how many party bags to make up, etc.
And then the fateful day comes and people who didn't RSVP always show up. Often times, those people bring extra people (siblings, cousins, neighbors, lol), and if you haven't planned accordingly for enough extras, you're likely to leave someone out on something, and no one wants to do that... nor does any kid want to show up to a party and have that done.
Enter Invite BandZ by Marked Private.
|$14.99 for 8 party invitation/Invite Bandz (plus one for the host).|
Inside of this kit, that retails for $14.99, you will find step-by-step instructions to help you set up your next party invites online. You will receive an easy-to-sign-up-for account once you enter the code on a card inside of your box. That code is linked instantly to the (8) wrist bands that are also included in the box. If you're having a very big party, and have purchased more than one Invite BandZ box, you can easily link all bands to the same party by entering the Host Code from each box when the website asks, "Do you have more than one box of Bandz to add?"
|There are (8) solid colored bands in the kit, and one multi-color band (for the host).|
The Invite Bandz come in 8 different solid colors. An additional host party band is included, and that one is multi-colored (making yours easy to differentiate from the others). You take a band, place it with an invite card (the bracelet band wraps precisely around the end of each invite card) and give it to the person you have invited to the party. You can hand the bands out in person, or you can mail them in the envelopes provided. If you have little ones like my 1st grader, you could even ask the teacher to put them in selected folders (or whatever it is the kids take home from school daily).
On the Invite Card will be a website. Invitees simply log on to the website to RSVP, and note how many people they will bring (if any). The site they log onto will take them to your party page. This is where the fun comes in for you! You can design the party page to look any way you like. You can add photos, background stickers, videos, etc. There's even an ultra cool option to have a timer counting down the days until the party.
Once the party is over, you can create a 'thank you' page on the website, also custom made by you. Upload pictures from the party, allow party-goers to upload pictures they took, display videos, etc. And if you don't want the party to end, keep the page open so guests can continue to come back and 'party' through the MP Friendz Hub, a private, safe and fun way your child and his/her specific friends can network online together.
I think this kit is pretty appropriate for the days and times. Kids like to go online, they like these kind of wristbands, and if the children are younger, their parents are going to like the ease of being able to log on and say in a matter of seconds that yes, their child will be attending. My daughter will be having her Sweet 16 soon, and I think this will be a fun way for her to invite her friends. Goodness knows they're all always on their phones...her included, so RSVP'ing for them should be a breeze, and the party page will be fun!
You can learn more about the product, or purchase it here: Invite BandZ
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