Beautiful Invitations with Paperless Post

Are you at this place in your life where you are doing mostly electronic correspondence?  I'm in the middle, doing some paper/pencil letters and cards, and some electronic ones. I just had the opportunity to try Paperless Post for the first time and I want to share with you my experience.



I was given $100 of coins to use to try Paperless Post in exchange for my honest review.

Paperless Post is really simple to use.  First, you go to the website and create an account.  From there you choose your invitation, wording, the "envelope" and the stamp.  Everything is paid with coins, which you purchase online.

My daughter and her friend hosted a Books and Booze party this weekend and I was asked to invite some of my own friends. I chose to use Paperless Post and it was so simple.  First I created this invite:


Isn't it cute?  You get to pick the invite, the background, the envelope, the envelope liner and the stamp that is on the outside!


Once the fun part is all done, you can upload your email addresses (I cut and pasted from a list) and the site will generate an invitation to each of your guests, personalized with their name on the front of the envelope.  When your guests open the invite, they can Rsvp easily and quickly.  Log into the website and you can see if your guests have opened the invite, their response and any messages they left for you. All in one place!

This is my daughter!  She's a book blogger and fashion historian at www.hastybooklist.com
My experience was very positive! I will use this service again when I am inviting people to my house for summer events. I highly recommend Paperless Post for your next event!

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Terri Steffes
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  1. I have never used anything like Paperless Post and I don't know anyone that has, but it might be a fun way to invite people to my grand doll's birthday party. I will have to try it.

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  2. I have never heard of Paperless post, But I love to create I'll sorts of stuff so I think it would be fun to make invitations like this. I will definitely check it out.

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  3. I've heard of Paperless Post before and it is meant to be great! I love the idea of creating your own things with them as well, something really special to send onto people.

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  4. I need to check out Paperless Post for future events, NO JOKE! Looks interesting!

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  5. I have not heard of this before so will have to check it out. Sounds easy enough to use. Would be fun to make and send.

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  6. I have to make sure to check out this site for future events. They look like they have really amazing stuff and super easy to use.

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  7. I need to use this in the future for sure. It sounds like it would come in handy. I'm all for easy. And not having to pay for a bunch of stamps!

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  8. Paperless Post sounds like a great way to create custom invitations and manage events. The fact that it promotes electronic correspondence, which in turn helps our environment, is also a huge bonus!

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  9. I haven't heard of this one! I'll have to check it out. I love creating invitations.

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  10. I didn't know anything like this existed. I bet it would be really convenient to receive a rsvp. But I kind of miss the old days of old school snail mail.

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  11. Paperless Post sounds interesting. It sounds like a great way to make sure the people you invite to your event receive the invitation. I will keep this in mind for the future.

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  12. I think my sister-in-law uses this. She sends us a lot of cute electronic invitations.

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  13. Oh this would be perfect for my daughter's graduation a few months. I will have to check this out.

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  14. Oh my, how gorgeous are these invitations. I love it! I will have to bookmark to come back to them. Thanks!

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  15. This is a great invitation idea! Paperless and creative.

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  16. This is such a cute way to sent invitations! I need to try them out soon!

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  17. I love the concept of going paperless for invitations - it saves so much time and is really environmentally friendly. I love how Paperless Post is pretty, too!

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  18. What a great idea to use paperless invitations. I should do that next time. Thanks for sharing!

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  19. This is a fantastic idea and will come in handy for sure!! I'm saving this website for future use!!

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  20. I absolutely love this idea. And it's definitely something I'd use in the future :)

    Louise x

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