I am scrambling to get my girls birthday party together, but I did find one saving grace in the process. By being so connected online these days with my blog and all of the other social platforms, it only makes sense that the birthday invites are done completely online.
I have just discovered a company called Paperless Post. The company is an innovative and beautifully created website that specializes in online customizable stationary! Long gone are the days of cheesy invites over email.
One look at the homepage of Paperless Post and you will see all of the world-famous designers and lifestyle brands, including Kate Spade New York, Oscar de la Renta, Jonathan Adler, and Rifle Paper Co. that are contributors to the site.
Thanks to my friends at Paperless Post, I was able to effortlessly create a birthday invite online for my girls birthday party. I had lots of fun coming up with invite ideas!
First of all, you can choose from which style of invite you want to make. Need a New Years Eve invite? A birthday? A Wedding? Any possible invite you need to create, you can customize it on their site.
I let the girls choose which birthday invite suited them for their joint party. I was able to customize all of the wording (fonts, sizing, spacing, etc.) and add in extra text boxes if needed. If a photo was able to be inserted, I tried out a couple to see which worked the best.
I love that you can customize the liner of the “envelope”, the stamp that goes on the envelope, and RSVP cards! You can create a special side message on the RSVP page, and you can add in the map for the location of the event!
Some of the cards are entirely free, and some of them cost “coins”. You can purchase coins on the site for your convenience. Cards that use coins are premium cards with features like envelope liners and logos.
For a less expensive price you would pay for an actual quality card with postage, you get a beautiful and customized card. Plus, it’s eco-friendly in that nothing goes to waste! No more stuffing envelopes, finding everyones names and addresses, and paying postage!