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  • 26/10/16

The business of Christmas

We are now creating bespoke Christmas cards for corporates, private clients and small businesses.

Having created Christmas cards for some of the world’s leading luxury brands over the years, we really do understand what a Christmas or holiday greeting stands for in business. With all of these luxury brands we created stunning, eye-catching greetings, all following brand guidelines to convey their Christmas message, yet creating an element of fun and surprise which made sure they stood out from the crowd.

Have you considered how sending Christmas cards to your clients, is actually a pretty clever tool for marketing? When done well, you are placed in the forefront of their mind for next year, whilst in the mean time thanking them for their custom this year.

You can see a showcase of examples of designs we have created here, from a selection of Harrods Christmas cards (2012 – 2015) alongside other luxury brands such as Aurum holdings, the Canary wharf group and the Communication Store.

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‘The humble Christmas greeting, when designed with flair and imagination, creates a huge, lasting impression. Investing in a bespoke card for your brand reminds people of the relationship you have created and is a personal touch to thank them for their investment in you that year.’

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It’s not too late to start the process, we work on Christmas cards and party invitations anytime from March through to late commissions in November (yes really!) so please do let us know if we can help create that lasting impression for you this year.

If you would like to see pricing for the showcased designs, we have created a comprehensive pricing guide to illustrate how you can go as simple or as extravagant as you wish according to your budget. Please e mail us here to have yours sent over today.

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Cutture Christmas cards are often treasured and continue to adorn desks and mantle pieces as decorations year on year.