So now and then I want to share with you my favorites. Whether paper, digital, home, fashion, books, gadgets, baby or kid gear or whatever crosses my mind and floats my boat. Today I wanted to talk about the way I send all of my online invitations… Paperless Post.
Disclosure time– Paperless Post reached out to me and asked me to do this feature. I’m not being compensated monetarily in any way, but they did give me some credits to create invitations with. I would not have agreed if this wasn’t a company I’ve been using for 5 plus years and truly love! I just looked back at my account, the very first invitation I sent with PP was in 2012. I’m a major fan so this was a no-brainer partnership for me.
Here’s how Paperless Post works. You create digital invitations and cards and send them using coins that you have purchased. Most need coins, but some actually are completely free. So no, this is not a truly totally free service. BUT there is a major difference in the elegance and chic-factor. In other words, I love throwing parties. I love designing invitations to match the theme, but let’s be honest. Mostly everything is digital these days. And the good news is…that’s much more affordable than printing high-end paper invitations. I have found that I can easily design cute invitations matching my theme and they look SO nice even though they are digital. Oh, and PP also offers paper cards, invitations (including wedding!) too! So basically, if you want fancy (and who doesn’t?) this is an awesome fit.
The reason I first discovered this website was that they collaborate with my favorite designers including Kate Spade, Rifle Paper Co. and Emily McDowell. I own so many paper/letterpress products by these women, I KNEW I’d love the digital versions, too. And my instinct was right.
I’ve used this company for cocktail parties, birthday parties (adult and child), thank you cards, and military spouse events. I had fun creating some mock invitations for this post. And I fully plan to REALLY use these for the true events, I just put fake info on them because you know…internet safety and creepers.
Rifle Paper Company Cards – these are basically my go-to cards. You can find me in Paper Source weekly looking at the real deal Rifle Paper Co. so of course I love the online version, too.
I’m definitely TRULY going to have this party. Y’all wanna come? Prosecco is on me!!
August y’all. I’ll be 40 in August. Can I get a simultaneous WOOHOO and HOLY CRAP? Please read the last line on the invite below. You know it!!
And another version:
HOW CUTE IS THIS CARD? GAH!
Kate Spade Cards: Those of y’all who know me know that I LOVE the Kate Spade aesthetic. Here are some of my favorite PP + KS cards.
How cute for a housewarming party?
Love this simple and elegant floral border:
I send out a ton of digital thank you cards so I’m digging this template:
Emily McDowell Cards– Emily McDowell is the perfect marriage of snark and style. I’ve loved her for so long and collect her cards religiously. These online versions are just as awesome
I’ve thought this exact thing so many times:
SO TRUE. And so hard to remember:
Misc Faves: And here are just a couple of other random cards that I had fun playing with:
Obsessed with this theme. Adult beverages and Thirty One bags. Hallelujah.
I have so many women I want to send this to:
That was FUN, for real. Now I’m off to plan some REAL parties. I’ve got my 40th and Jimmy’s promotion coming up. OMG!
Out of all of these imaginary parties I planned, which one would YOU most like to come to? And let me know if you use online invites. I’m curious!
Happy Wednesday, y’all!!!