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Paperless Post

Paperless Post

This post is done in collaboration with Paperless Post, but all opinions are my own.

Paperless Post is a company that designs customizable online and printed stationery, to show that communication can be personal and well-designed regardless of the medium.

You can visit their website by clicking  << this link>>.

Paperless Post has partnered with several world-famous designers and lifestyle brands, including Kate Spade New York, Oscar de la Renta, Jonathan Adler, and Rifle Paper Co., and has delivered over 85 million cards to date.

Below is a graphic from Paperless Post’s website showing how it works:

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Paperless post has tons of designs to choose from and has the option of customization.

Below is the card that I picked out:

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If you have been following along with my blog for ahwile, the {xoxo} will make perfect sense because I end every blog post with xoxo. ♥

The customization options were the most fun:

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Paperless Post has tons of beautiful options! You get to choose the envelope cover, the insdie design of the envelope. You even get to choose what the stamp looks like, even though it is a paperless product.

I ended up just sending myself the card that I made, but Paperless even provides an option for you to send it to yourself beforehand so that it looks exactly the way you want it to look before sending it out to all the actual recipients.

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Below is what the card looks like when it is opened up. I realize now how small the font is, but you get the idea.

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After sending out your card or invitation, you get an email confirmation.

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You can also import and export your guest lists.

Overall, this is an interesting option for people who don’t want to send a tangible invitation. I think that Paperless Post is an excellent option for couples who want to send an online invitation and keep track of the RSVP’s.

Thank you to Paperless Post for providing me with coins to use for future purchases.

Do you like the idea of paperless invitations? Let me know in the comments!!

Thanks so much for reading this blog post!

xoxo

Sarah June

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