I’ll start by sharing who they are, straight from their “About” page:
Communication is an extension of personal style. Paperless Post is innovating on tradition and redefining the way you connect with people both online and off. Beautiful design meets seamless technology.
Paperless Post helps you create online and paper stationery that reflects your individual aesthetic. Our distinctive, customizable designs and powerful online tools make it easy to communicate expressively on any occasion—from everyday correspondence to milestone life events. Paperless Post collaborates with leading fashion and lifestyle designers, including kate spade new york, Oscar de la Renta, Jonathan Adler, and John Derian. To date, Paperless Post users have sent over 85 million cards.
Siblings James and Alexa Hirschfeld launched Paperless Post in 2009 to prove that communication could be personal and well-designed regardless of the medium. Since then, we’ve established new standards for modern correspondence, allowing users to communicate expressively on platforms that have otherwise favored efficiency over design. In 2013, Paperless Post introduced the first collection of hybrid online-offline stationery, bringing the timeless tradition of fine paper to users who value the efficiency and accessibility of the web.
TL;DR: Paperless Post specializes in customizable online and printed stationary, invitations, etc. They have online invitations
And online cards
Not to mention MISC paper, including menus, programs, and personalized stationary
They even have designer collections!
Paperless Post has “hundreds of free card designs, but there is a nominal cost for premium cards and premium upgrades.” When you first sign up, there are things you can do – like linking your account to your social media – to earn coins, which you then use to pay for those premium cards and upgrades
But you can also just buy coins (as few as 20, as many as 5,000) as you need them
The customization options are so great, you can even customize the envelope liner, if the card is a paper invitation!
You even have a Post Box (a.k.a: mailbox) so you can keep track of what online invitations and cards you’ve sent and received
Paperless Post has some amazing features. You can track RSVPs, collect mailing addresses so you don’t have to memorize them, AND share and request photos
Plus, you can schedule online cards and invitations ahead of time, link to gift registries, and communicate with your guests
Bottom line: Paperless Post is a one-stop shop for all your invitation and specialty card needs! Sign up today and give it a try! Once you go Paperless Post, you’ll never go back!
So, have you ever used Paperless Post? What did you think of it? Do you plan to use it in the future? For what? Tell me in the comments!