When the nice folks at Paperless Post emailed me introducing their product, I happily jumped on the chance to review it. To be honest, I wasn't sure if it would be up to snuff to introduce to my wonderful readers (ahem, that's you!). Well, after going through their gigantic collection of GORGEOUS invitations, I'm pleased to say, I'm a new fan and you should be too!
A blurb from their website (because really, I couldn't have said it better myself!):
Remember the days when everyone communicated using paper and ink? Correspondence was a craft: personal, and intentional.The awesome team at Paperless Post have offered Two Penny Parties' readers a very special deal - 35 free stamps (to send invites) when you sign up! Plus, you can buy more invitations for as little as 20 cents each! Before you roll your eyes and say, "Yeah yeah, but evite's 100% free!" I'm happily reminding you that Paperless Post is a million times more gorgeous (and personalized!) than lame ol' evite. Ready to give it a test drive? Here's how:
At Paperless Post, we seek to redefine the tradition of paper stationery so that people can send custom, personalized invitations and announcements with the same thought and care as previous generations, but the way we communicate today: online.
Paperless Post stationery is as tasteful as its tangible counterpart, but it also makes life simpler. In minutes, members can send out invitations for any occasion- dinner parties, anniversaries, save the dates - whenever they want to send something more personal than a simple email or awkward PDF. After sending, they can then monitor as guests receive and reply to their invitations.
1) If you aren't already, become a Follower of this blog. Click on the white follow button on the right side of the blog. Go on, I'll wait... *whistles to self* Ready? Ok, on to step 2!
2) Visit Paperless Post using this SPECIAL Two Penny Parties link and sign up (it's free to sign up!). Once you're signed up, your account will be pre-loaded with 35 free stamps to send invitations!
3) Kiss those old online invitation sites goodbye!