I’m all for eco-friendly brands, so when Paperless Post reached out to me for a collaboration…I was excited to try it. Paperless Post is a website that helps you create and virtually send beautiful, clever, and customizable cards, flyers, and invitations. Unlike traditional greeting card companies, their focus is on sending high-quality messages through email or social media rather than snail mail.
What I love about Paperless Post is that it has a real feel to it. Though the cards are completely virtual, they look identical to physical cards and even include a virtual envelope and stamp.
There’s a wide variety of both greeting cards and invitations. This includes everything from birthday, holiday, and thank you cards. As well as pretty much any invitation cards you can think of (wedding, graduation, baby shower, cocktail party, etc).
The cards and invitations are sent via email. For RSVP required invitations, you can even view your RSVP responses on your tracking page on your Paperless Post account.
Paperless Post also has many top brands on board. You can find cards from popular brands such as kate spade new york and The New Yorker. And who says virtual cards can’t be special?! The virtual card selection on Paperless Post has many clever, funny, and heartfelt cards to choose from.
A great thing about Paperless Post is that many of their cards are free to send. However, you can buy coins to use if you want to create an extra special card or invitation. Coins are used to add premium options such as envelope liners and logos. You buy coins in packages. So 10 coins would be equivalent to $5.00 and 100 coins are equal to $20.00.
Recently, Paperless Post also added a cool new feature called Flyers. Flyers are e-cards that incorporate GIFS and stickers to create unique cards or RSVP invitations. Unlike the other cards and invitations, all flyers are free and can be sent via email, Facebook, Whatsapp, or text message. With Valentines Day coming up, Paperless Post has a large collection of fun flyers to send to your galentines. Below is an example of what girls night out invite flyers can look like.
While I don’t think traditional handwritten/hard copy cards are going anywhere, I do think there are plenty of situations we should consider Paperless Post cards & invites instead.
Disclosure: I received compensation in the form of complimentary product(s) in exchange for a review on my blog. However, as always, all opinions expressed are 100% my own.