Want to try out Eco-Chic Entertaining for Earth Day? Try out one of the hottest new eco-chic entertaining solutions- www.cocodot.com – the latest in chic, well designed and easy to send online invitations and greetings. A-list entertainers such as Gwyneth Paltrow, Brooke Shields, Courteney Cox, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck have all joined the cocodot craze and have made their parties “greener” by sending a cocodot invitation for their most recent soirees.
Cocodot allows you to save time, money and energy without comprising style and sophistication. With a gallery of over 6,000 exclusive images shot by famed fashion and lifestyle photographer Amy Neunsinger (she shoots the Target campaigns!) cocodot’s invites will inspire you to host your next dinner party. Unlike other online invitation sites, cocodot is ad free and offers an advanced guest management and communication platform, event home pages and easy tools for linking invites and greetings to social networks.
While cocodot is subscription based ($19 for one party, $99 for an entire year’s worth of invites and greetings), they have invited Eco-Office Gals readers to create a COMPLIMENTARY cocodot invitation in honor of Earth Day by entering cocoEarth2010 at checkout, now through May 15th for a free party invite, which can be created, personalized and delivered to an unlimited amount of guests within minutes.
Some of the most iconic entertainers are going green with cocodot.com – take a look at what they’re saying:
“Paperless invitations are all the rage and Cocodot takes it to another level. With tons of designs to choose from, Cocodot’s invitations and greeting cards are easy to send and excellent for the environment.”
“Online invitations are the new eco-chic way to entertain and Cocodot.com is the ultimate destination for style and sophistication.”
“I love cocodot. The cards and invitations are easy to make, unique and beautiful. With so many different designs and options, I have an excuse to use cocodot for anything!”
Giada De Laurentiis
“Cocodot is the Bergdorf Goodman of e-vites.”