We bet you bought a DTP with the sole purpose of using it to create an invite, whether this was a wedding, birthday or one-off party. Once you get designing your invite, you'll quickly realise that it's much harder than you expected, especially when you try and find graphics to make up your document. It would be far easier if you could do the whole thing over the Internet as most of your friends and family have an Internet connection.
Evite is a cool web-based invite and greeting card system that will enable you to take a pre-designed card template, add your details, party invite and attendees and then simply email address to the recipient. They'll see a professional animated graphic, along with the invite. The only snag is, it didn't seem to work properly with the latest version of Firefox and assumes you're based in the States, although it should work for different territories.
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