How do you go paperless?
As much as possible, I opt to receive our monthly utility and credit card bills via email. I scan or took photos of important docs as I am enjoying the convenience of going paperless and organize my digitized files by naming it correctly and putting it on a specified folder.
As for event invitation, I prefer to receive or send digital version of card invites rather than physical copy. I\’m a fan of a more relaxed and organized way of online communication as it saves time due to less effort.
Today, I tried creating a sample of birthday invitation using Paperless Post
. Since I am the last fam member to celebrate my birth date, I created sample cards for my upcoming birthday on November. I had fun choosing designs and actually came up with 10 favorites before I finalized my choice.
Paperless Post, is a company that designs customizable online stationery, to show that communication can be personal and well-designed regardless of the medium. It has partnered with several world-famous designers and lifestyle brands, including kate spade new york, Oscar de la Renta, Jonathan Adler, and Rifle Paper Co., and has delivered over 85 million cards to date.
It is free if sent without any premium options. You can choose to create from birthday, wedding, Parties, Professional, Announcement, Thank You cards to Holidays, Religious Invitations and so much more!
Make it personal by uploading your favorite photo, choose your typeface and type color and write a custom message. You can choose envelope liner, front card back drop, stamp & post mark and it comes with a reply card and event page where guests can go to get in touch with you and view updated event details and share party photos. You can also follow up with your guests: request RSVPs, schedule an event reminder and send message.
If you want to have Premium design options like envelope liners and card inserts, you can buy coins to upgrade your choice. The Coin price per recipient is based on the design, and Coin packages can be purchased when you are ready to send.
You can browse thousands of selection from free invitations and free cards if decided not to go premium. You can still make it more personalized as you have the option to upload your own design suite.
I like the feature where you can get directions from google map on event location, and the guests\’ option to add to calendar, and can send a free test to check how it looks like when sent.
I\’m hooked from lovely templates and can\’t get enough on cute designs and classic stationeries. Here\’s my second fun creation using my old photo:
Oh, how I love to start a digital scrapbook of my favorite quotes with this… I\’m sure to enjoy more when it\’s time to create for my kids\’ birthday invitation from its wide selection of beautifully designed artwork. 😉