Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Paperless Post

Paperless Post allows you to design and send cards digitally without sacrificing the traditions of classic, custom stationery. Digital communication is green, cost efficient and perfect for planning last minute parties. Paperless Post also allows you to track invitations and RSVPs. I have received several Paperless Posts this summer and I have been impressed with all of them! Paperless Post is free to join, and there are 25 free stamps included with sign-up.









5 comments:

Jojo said...

It is such a great idea but recently a blogger in France decided to match up penpals. I was so lucky to have been matched up with a wonderful penpal and was so excited. I went straight to the book shop thinking I could pick up some stationary. Sadly stationary has become hard to find! Lots of cards but no paper. These are lovely but I'll keep looking for some paper for now.

Charlotte said...

How neat! I am a paper addict so I am going to have to go look for this!!!!

makingstuffanddoingthings said...

I love Paperless Post! T & I are thinking about utilizing PP as an eco-friendly addition to our regular wedding invitations. Clearly Great Aunt Mabel doesn't have email, but for many of our eco-conscious/tech savvy friends, we thought it would be a great way to save paper (and they're cuter than evites!).

The Preppy Princess said...

This really is such a great idea, and the styles are very elegant, I like so many of them.

Sending you a smile,
tp

Screen Door Prep said...

I am so impressed w/ how far digital cards/stationery have come recently! I am a loyal collector&user of stationery, so I could never replace it, but I also understand the benefit of making "last-minute" emails&invitations so much prettier! I was also recently introduced to cocodot. They are also fabulous!