Well hello there, and Happy Christmas and Boxing Day. I am seriously lost in the lapse of time between Christmas and New Year’s. I hope you have had a lovely Christmas day and are now relaxing with your love ones, and enjoying these days off.
Yesterday we went to see the Nutcracker at London Colliseum and it was so magical, I am still dreaming of the beautiful ballerinas and the music, it was just perfect.
Today we have another house party to go to, but I am looking forward to having the weekend to relax at home and watch Home Alone (still on our list).
I am so honoured to mention in the blog today, a brand I have been using for years to send my paperless greeting cards, party, and civil ceremony invitations.
The company is Paperless Post and they are the pioneers in High Quality digital invitations. Paperless Post has partnered with several world-famous designers and lifestyle brands, including Kate Spade New York, Oscar de la Renta, Jonathan Adler, and Rifle Paper Co., and have delivered over 85 million cards to date. Their catalogue is a beautifully made source of inspiration that will impress all your family and friends.
Having lived in several places in the last seven years, I found it easy to send a digital card to my friends abroad. It works wonderfully for those greetings you have forgotten to send on time, as the card is sent by email, you can always make sure people will receive them right away. It’s also a fantastic option for taking care of the environment, as you are avoiding the paper.
Their system is so easy to use. You buy a specific amount of coins, each invitation has a starting of two coins value and up. There are millions of beautiful designs already created, and you can add them to your favourites by clicking on the heart icon on each one of them, this is very useful, as I am sure you will find many invitations you love. I like to select multiple designs in my favourites and then look at that selection to decide the final one. It’s easy to personalise them, and you can also add your own photos, text, etc.
The other feature I really like is the guest list. You can set up your contacts (Name and e-mail) for an easy access and delivery to those recipients, which makes your life so easy. You then receive a notification when they have seen it and R.S.V.P to your event. Magic!
If you are looking for a paperless way to send your greeting cards and invitations, I totally recommend you to give them a try.
Thank you Paperless Post for Sponsoring this post.