As you probably know, I am really into paper products. When we got married I was totally obsessed with designing the rehearsal dinner invites and wedding suite and can’t get enough stationary! For Cooper’s first birthday party, the invite really set the tone. What can I say? I am a sucker for paper. So, when Paperless Post reached out I was a little skeptical. I totally get the need and ease of sending a digital invite or card, but I was not sure about it. Then…I tried it. And let me just say, I have a new addiction and that is paperless paper :)!
I honestly have to say I’ve never really tried any type of online invitation service so it was fun to try it out as a newbie. I was instantly drawn to the collaborations they do with designers like Kate Spade and Meri Meri, brands I love! I was overwhelmed by the options, they have a design solution for almost any type of need you may have from weddings to cocktail parties, baby showers to business needs. They really have it all and you can go down a rabbit hole looking at all of the amazing designs. It almost became overwhelming because I just kept finding more designs that I loved. It was hard to choose!
So how does it work? Paperless Post has a free app that you can download that enables you to select, edit, and save cards, as well as fliers. You can also use your desktop to edit your creations and save designs you like.
When you want to make purchases at Paperless Post, you buy ‘coins’ which is basically the site’s currency. Each card costs a certain amount of coins. The ones I’ve used are quite affordable, and cost around 60 cents.
I was really intrigued by the stationary aspect. I often send mass communications out to my blogger audience and this was a much prettier and more fun way to reach people.
When all was said and done I had a great experience with the website and their easy-to-use app. I would recommend Paperless Post to everyone and they may have converted me into a paper-free lady!
Oh and what are all these candies for? Of course I am planning a party! Unicorn themed. Can’t wait to share more and the design I chose.
Disclosure: I received compensation from Paperless Post in exchange for my honest review.