Invite All Your Friends To Like Your Facebook Page With This Chrome Extension – Friendors Consultancy

We all want our Facebook pages to have tons of “Likes” but clicking on and inviting every single account on our friends list can be exhausting.

So, we did a little research and found a Google Chrome Extension that will make it suuuuper easy for you.

Download the extension by clicking here.

Once you have the extension installed on Google Chrome, go to your Facebook page and click “Invite Your Friends”.


After you’ve clicked the link to invite your friends, you will get a pop up with all of your friends list and notice that the new black check mark in your menu bar is now highlighted for you to click on. Click it.


After you click the black check mark, it will tell you that it’s checking your friends.


Just wait for the magic to finish and watch the likes roll in! 🙂



Official Sneak Peek! – Friendors Lisa Frank Inspiration Collaboration – Six Hearts Photography

You saw our list of amazing Friendors contributing to our second ever Inspiration Collaboration at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center and you were super excited, so now we’re here with your OFFICIAL sneak peek from Six Hearts Photography.

Keep your eyes peeled for the full blog post to come, with photos by Six Hearts and cinema by Squid Wed Films!! Check out all of our contributing Friendors below!


Photography: Six Hearts Photography

Cinematography: Squid Wed Films

Catering: Simply Catering

China: Vintage English Teacup

Baked Goods: Eileen Carter Creations

Beverages: Yo Fav Bartender

Paper Goods: The Postmans Knock

Bridal Gown: Wedding Angels

Hair + Make Up: Vigilante Cosmetics

Grooms Tux: King Tux Rental

Jewelry: Stella & Dot Stylist, Lucky & Lovely: Melanie Hernquist

Nails: Jamberry Nails Consultant, Teri Rowland

Bridal Headwear: Arrow Through Her Heart

Costume: Dreamland Costumes + Specialty

Temporary Tattoos: Tattly

PhotoBooth Party Favors: RobotBooth

Music: Dj Cuttlefish

Confetti: The Confetti Bar

Paper Banners: The Bannerie

Wands and Pom Decor: Heart of Soleil

Glitter Letters: The Enchanted Princess

Origami Stars: Trinkets by Dana, by Cheers to Novelty

Paper Straws and Toppers: Paper Trail by Laura B

Linens: Linen Hero

Models: Trevor and Christine

Venue: Atlanta Contemporary Art Center

Friendor Feature – The Postmans Knock – Friendors Consultancy

Lindsey is the owner and designer at the Postman’s Knock, a design studio offering graphic design, calligraphy, and illustration. She’s near and and dear to our hearts. Can you guess why? (You’ll know after reading this!)


About Lindsey from The Postman’s Knock (as taken from her website):

“I am a designer with a love for calligraphy and illustration {visit my portfolio to see some of my work}. I enjoy working on a variety of projects; though many of my creations are tailor-made for gorgeous weddings.

A passion for art and beautiful things prompted me to start The Postman’s Knock in 2012, and since then I have been collaborating with clients from around the world on custom creations from my studio in Boulder, Colorado. I work with event planners, brides, small businesses, and thoughtful gift-givers to produce one-of-a-kind pieces.”

We asked Lindsey to tell us a few of her accomplishments with The Postman’s Knock. Here’s what she’s been up to:

  • Making invitations for Hollywood weddings! As a girl who grew up in rural Kansas, it’s really fun and a little mind-boggling to see your clients on television.
  • Building a cool blog with thousands of views per day. Honest to goodness, a lot of my readers don’t even realize I’m a designer. They think I blog for a living.
  • Making impressive and varied network connections. From publishing companies in Holland and NYC to tourism industry groups in the Caribbean to wedding planners and photographers in Atlanta (you know who you are), I know some pretty incredible people through my business!
  • Of course, one big accomplishment to be proud of is working with Schellie + William to develop the Friendor illustrations. I’m a girl who usually watercolors flowers for weddings, or makes flourishy calligraphy. Even though drawing octopuses in outer space was out of my comfort zone, I went for it, and I couldn’t be more proud of the results!

Lindsey contributed an invitation suite and table settings to our second ever Friendors Inspiration Collaboration. The photography by Six Hearts Photography and cinema by Squid Wed Films will be blogged soon, so stay tuned! 😉

To learn more about The Postman’s Knock, click here.