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Party with Paperless Post

(adorable coffee stationery from Paperless Post to jot off cute caffeine-powered notes)

This post is in cooperation with PP and they compensated me with credits to use on their site for my honest review. These are NOT affiliate links.

I'd heard about Paperless Post but I'd never actually tried them. Until now. 

Paperless Post is a unique company...they provide high-quality stationary, delivered electornically. 
 It's the e-vites you used to get in a CC'd email, minus the clip art and the multi-colored, overly bolded text. This used to be gauche. It used to be tacky. But not now, not this. 

This is CLASSY. 
This is MODERN. 
This is...way too much fun! 

I'm an etiquette girl, one might say a student of etiquette, from the time I was very small. My mother and I collect books on etiquette and wrote a monthly column for a local magazine on etiquette for 2 years. E-vites used to be a no-go. Paperless Post has completely changed the game. I don't even want to call these e-vites becuase they are just too pretty for that. They nailed it with the name Paperless Post. They cleverly capture the experience of designing every detail of an invitation suite, down to the stamp, and deliver it seamlessly.

I love being able to send cards in a jiffy, so I know they will arrive at just the right moment, or when I'm being a terrible secretary of my own life and forget to send a card in the mail on time. They're also perfect for invitations (and much less expensive) and a great way to get the look you want without spending hundreds of dollars. Kate Spade designs? They've got 'em. Rifle Paper Co.? Check. Old-fashioned telegram style, newspaper style, bright florals, subdued watercolors, modern marble, gleaming gold...yep, they've got it. 

Here are some of my favorite designs I whipped up: 


How cute is this letterpress telegram, on a custom background, for the release of The Self-Discipline Handbook next year? I love it. 


Or THIS darling one, which I'm pretty sure I might use, for my birthday in just a few short months...30...ohmygoodness howisthatpossible Lordhelpme. But this darling invitation soothes the sting a little, and of course I'd need to wear a striped shirt with gold bangles and red nails and have a pink confetti balloon to BE the girl on the invitation. 



You can choose all of the details too...it actually looks like you are opening mail on screen, complete with a custom postmark, your choice of adorable stamps, and an envelope liner. 


I made this one for my mom, who is looking to move. Maybe this will inspire her to find just the right new place :) The design is by Felix Doolittle, one of my absolute FAVORITE paper stationers, which I write about in Happy Pretty Messy. I'm thrilled to see their designs having a wider reach.

As you can tell, this gets a little bit addicting. Try it out for your next birthday party, barbecue, big announcement, or even your wedding invitations. But I think my favorite thing is sendign out birthday cards and thank you cards. It's also not too early to start thinking about...gasp...Christmas cards!

Enjoy!
xo
Natalie 




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