Paperless post
This article has been updated for accuracy, 2017

Finally you can send chic, custom invitations and formal correspondence with all of the convenience of email, and a look which replicates the aesthetics of traditional stationery.

Organize your party.  Send invitations, track R.S.V.P.s, send reminders and provide your guests with follow-up information.

Send formal thank you notes.

It is easy:

Go to www.paperlesspost.com.

You create the look you desire and Paperless Post emails invitations to your guests.  When your invitees open their email, they see a virtual ‘envelope’.

paperless post wedding invitation

 

Your invitee, Grace Kelly (she would have been an ASE subscriber), just ‘clicks’ to open her virtual envelope, and out comes the invitation or correspondence you sent.

Paperless Post wedding invite

 

Guests R.S.V.P. by replying to the email from Paperless Post.

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An added benefit – you are going paperless.  No wasted trees, no wasted delivery, it’s inexpensive and delivery is immediate.  Why didn’t we think of this?

For those of us who still like to live in a ‘paper world’ – both you and your invitees can print an elegant copy of your post.

Need help? They have designers ready to inspire!

paperless post design

 

It is not free, but it is very reasonable.  After your special 25 free posts, you can post 60 invitations for $5.00 and 1,000 invitations for $18.00.  You can send any correspondence for the same cost per post.  I am sending a ‘thank you’ for lunch today by Paperless Post.

This unique site is the creation of several recent Harvard grads – we think that they have created it just for us!

Whatever your style, you can create stationery with your personal ‘look’.  I just created a ‘Save the date’ card for an event in South Africa.  Paperless Post had a Zebra for me to add to the top of the card.

Formal, fun, eye-catching, traditional – your possibilities are endless.

Do you like using e-cards for other occasions? We’ve curated a list of our favorites for you, You’re Such a Card!