Technology is here to stay and it has become a huge part of our everyday lives. We use technology to pay our bills, for entertainment and especially to keep in contact with other.
Even though there are times when a hard copy or paper copy may be appropriate, I’ve found that it’s so much easier to do things online which is why I love Paperless Post. I can quickly and easily create a custom card, invitation, note or flyer to send to others for any occasion, including a birthday, anniversary, wedding, Christmas or maybe even a planned Happy Hour! The possibilities are endless and the designs are unique and fun!
My daughter is getting married later this year so there have been several different events leading up to the big day that requires an invitation. The most recent event is the Bachelorette Party. This event is being planned out of town and for an entire weekend and although the participants are aware of the party, it’s nice to send an invitation to each person.
Each invitation can be customized to your individual tastes and the process is simple and very user-friendly. Following the steps, you are able to add the details of the event, including contact information and a map of the location.
The next step is to add the guest list which can be done by manually adding each name and email or simply importing from your email contact list. The invitations are then sent to each guest and this is what they will see >>>
Although the invitation that I designed are not free to send, there are free options included at Paperless Post. They have many designs that are free if sent without any premium options added with the ability to send a free card to up 2,000 email addresses. So how do you pay for those cards and invitations that are not free? Coins are the currency used on Paperless Post for the premium design options with easy to purchase package options.
Visit the Paperless Post site today and begin designing your own invitation to see just how easy it can be!
Disclosure: I received the above product to facilitate this post, however, all opinions are entirely my own and I do stand by my recommendation of this product or service.