Paperless Post

I love getting post.

Paperless Post

Not bills, obviously, but there’s something so exciting about a handwritten letter or postcard that feels so thoughtful. All the actions that go into the ritual of sending a birthday card are so deliberate that it just gives it so much more emotion than a text message or a post on your Facebook wall. A friend of mine sends me a handmade birthday card every year, and I look forward to it each time.

I wish I could be as organised and have it put together as much as she does – which is why I love Paperless Post. It’s the best of both worlds – beautifully designed and elegant, they have a wide range of online cards for every occasion. I usually end up sending thank you emails this way – it’s a little bit more special than a regular email, and they also partner with some of my favourite stationery designers like Kate Spade and the Rifle Paper Co.

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One of my favourite things about them is that for many of the designs you can also get printed versions to accompany the digital ones, making it perfect for party invitations in particular.

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Have you ever tried Paperless Post? What are your thoughts? Be sure to comment below, or let me know on TwitterFacebook, or Instagram!

 

This post was created in collaboration with Paperless Post.