Oscar De Le Renta, Kate Spade, Jonathon Adler just a handful of designer templates made available with Paperless Post!
From greeting cards to birthday wishes and all the small milestones in between, there is nothing quite like receiving a pretty, paperless card delivered straight to your inbox!
I was fortunate enough to trial this service and believe me the combination of creativity and fun paired with exquisite results was all too enticing. Read on for my experience with Paperless Post.
From the moment I entered the Home page the minimal aesthetics instantly captured my attention and was greeted with examples of card designs that got the creative juices flowing.
Designing a paperless card has never been easier as with the option to customise everything from font, background colour schemes and envelope designs, you are sure to create an original! It’worth a mention too that there are a wide range of designs that are free, however with the purchase of a few coins you will get access to a wider range of designs including Kate Spade, Oscar De Le Renta & Jonathan Adler.
One of the first designs I created was this Kate Spade New York Birthday card (see above). The fuchsia pink background colour and signature Kate Spade text stays true to the brands aesthetics.
Once you have completed your design then you have the option to send it directly to the recipient in Paperless Post, just enter their details and it’s on it’s way. Tracking is available on all card deliveries with email notification once it has been sent.
When the recipient recives the email from you, they will see an envelope on their screen appear, they then need to click on ‘View the Card’ to see the animation of the card coming out of the envelope.
Aside from invites and cards, there is also the option for personalised stationary, as you will see below I used an Oscar De Le Renta design to customise this Miss Muse card. (A great idea if you want custom pieces)
Also, heard about a friend getting a new job perhaps? Then why not brighten up their day with a paperless card. This design below is one I have used from Kate Spade New York.
Another sample invitation I created was this invitation for a Brunch!
Once you are finished creating the card then get creative and customise your envelope with a fancy background!
The next time you’re thinking about hosting an event or just want to send warm wishes to someone why not try Paperless Post! They have everything covered and what’s more enticing is all the fun you will have designing something original! You can find Paperless Post at www.paperlesspost.com