Well New York Fashion Week is only days away, and on the other side of the glitz and glamour (and exhaustion!) of the shows lies the promise of Spring. And those of us who have endured a bitter winter know that as soon as the temperatures start to rise, party planning season begins! Easter, Mother’s Day, graduations, garden parties and, of course, wedding season will all be here before we know it and the prospect of compiling guest lists and sending out invites is probably more than daunting. Luckily, Paperless Post is here to the rescue. Founded in 2009, the online invitation and personalized stationery site has been a tres chic destination for all fete planning needs, as well as extensive offerings of design-savvy notes & greetings, announcements, and holiday cards, all of which had the option to be printed out and turned into sentimental keepsakes.
But now, Paperless Post has pushed the envelope further (no pun intended) into the paper making business by doing just that — making paper! In late 2012, the company launched PAPER, a printed stationery business to complement their staggering repertoire of digital paper goods. The brother and sister team who founded the site decided to look forward by looking back, using the old-fashioned method of printing cards in order to reach a wider fanbase. And we have to admit, they were right — in today’s online culture, there’s still nothing that beats finding a pretty printed envelope in your mailbox.
PAPER also stemmed from the idea that some occasions should still be fancy enough to warrant a physical invitation, especially when it’s one that only comes along once in a lifetime. So on the heels of PAPER’s launch comes Paperless Post Weddings, a veritable one stop shop for all your wedding planning paper needs, from save the dates to registry links. And with the option of matching online and PAPER invites, you can choose the medium that’s best for each guest (whether a close friend or an elderly relative) and event (whether a bridal shower or a wedding ceremony). We’re pretty sure Paperless Post is about to become the biggest thing in wedding invitations – and any invitations, for that matter – due to the convenience, the stellar craftsmanship and the vast array of options that let you personalize everything down to the very last crossed ‘t’ and dotted ‘i’. All that’s left to do now find a reason to throw a party! Anyone around for a Post-Fashion Week Spa Day?
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