Paperless Post Review
Disclaimer: I was contacted by Anagram Interactive about reviewing Paperless Post. I was provided access to Paperless Post’s service in return for my honest review. All thoughts and opinions expressed herein are my own and not influenced by the developing company (Paperless Post) and/or its affiliates, in any way.
Are you looking for a more spectacular way to send online invitations, greeting cards or flyers? Say hello to Paperless Post!
Paperless Post is an online card company and the perfect option for sending out invites to weddings, birthdays and professional events, all from the comfort of your own computer! Paperless Post features countless designs you can choose, ranging from classic to trendy and even designer names.
While scrolling around the website, I found this particular, cute design. It caught my attention as it’s so festive and looks like pure eye candy!
If you’re feeling creative, Paperless Post also allows you to upload your own design!
Once you choose your card or invite, you can type in the details of your event. There are various fonts, colors, and formats for you to play around with and use.
After adding in your details, you can then choose your matching envelope. The envelope with this design features pink and white stripes and gives the entire invite a fun look. If you would like to formalize or tone the look down, you can change the inner liner of the envelope too.
Once the invite’s design details are set, you are then prompted to add your event, then guest information. This step is fairly easy as the prompts will guide you through the page. You can upload your contact list or type in each individual email address.
Some of the advantages of sending your invites online through Paperless Post, are that you help reduce paper waste, you can find out how many recipients have opened your invite and your recipients can rsvp quicker versus you having to wait for mailed in responses.
Also, using Paperless Post’s service to send my invites to upcoming gatherings eliminates the hassle of using postage or fearing my announcements being lost in delivery.
Best of all they have both free and premium options. Premium options are purchased via their currency which they have designated as “coins” on their website. As explained in their FAQ section, there are certain amounts of coins needed per premium cards and customization options.
So, will you be trying out Paperless Post? I hope you do!
For more info, you can visit https://www.paperlesspost.com to try them out!
The Girl Who Can’t Smell