PAPERLESS POST

Paperless Post is essentially like having your very own personal stationary store available at your fingertips. You can send party invitations, thank you notes and ‘just because’ cards at anytime to anyone. My favorite is the ‘Designer Collections’ - of course. Aside from partnering with designers like Mary Katrantzou or the iconic Liberty Fabrics, there are designs from loved stationary companies like Rifle Paper Co. available to you for whatever announcement you need to share.

For as long as I can remember, I’ve always loved stationary. As a child, I would go to the Philippines to visit family and I used to buy my school supplies overseas. Not out of necessity, I did it because I was in awe of how many different types of stationary there was - character motifs, colors, sizes - some papers were even scented. Today, I am still on the look out for special papers, invites and cards and am very particular on what I send out to people.

I used Paperless Post with a baby shower invite and sent out personal notes to a few special people in my life. It’s user-friendly and easy to use. You will need to purchase ‘coins’ to purchase cards or use the premium options. There are pre-made customizable templates or you can start from scratch. I opted to use the template and customize from there. I even used some of the “invite” templates, changed the text and used it as a note card. What’s great is that it has a matching envelope and you can even customize the envelope with additional details, patterns or motifs. It does feel like sending off a card even though it’s all digital. What’s also great is the recipient can interact with you and comment live as they receive your card, you can manage a guest list and you can add people even after you send the card off. At this time, I only used it for personal use, but have plans to use it for future professional and Pattern Curator events and announcements.

There are a ton more features that the Paperless Post has to offer. For me, the best part is the design, aesthetics and how easy it is to send a fun card at anytime to anyone.