Monday, November 27, 2017

Paperless Post Site Experience Review!

Hiya peeps! I've got a new kind of review to share with you today, and hopefully quite fitting for the current holiday season.

With so many events coming up for most of us, there are cards and invites to send out. Even without this time of year, there are always birthday parties, baby showers, weddings, graduations, and who knows what else going on. It gets time consuming, doesn't it? I am personally terrible at remembering to send out cards, Best intentions aside, it rarely ever happens. I used to send ecards as a kid, because even then, it was time consuming to get cards and send them out on time. First world problems, hu?

Still, we have to function in the world we're in, and that means events and parties. So, where do you go to get your cards? How long does it take for you to send out invites? Do you even have time, or do you just send out mass emails or texts, and wish there was a more elegant way to announce your event?

I always wonder the same thing, because sending mass emails gets old, but organizing individual cards by hand takes so much time! With busy schedules and an already alarming lack of sleep, any help we can get is fabulous, right?

Recently, I've been wishing there was a good site to send cards and invites, in a new and modern way. God must have been listening, because I was invited to partner with a site called Paperless Post, to try out their system, and let you guys know what I think. Whoot!

I jumped on the opportunity, and it was quite an experience!

Check out my review below, and be sure to visit the site for yourself!

Online cards aren't a new thing, at all. They are fast, convenient, and featured dancing happy faces far before memes or gifs. Many sites are still stuck in the 90s or early 2000s though, and need an upgrade. With the desire for a more modern feel to an eCard site, I approached the Paperless Post site with quite a bit of hope. I was definitely impressed.

Designed with a clean, simplistic look, easy layout, and modern cards to choose from, they are a simple go-to option. With the ability to create an account with an address book, you can securely store your contact email addresses for quick card sending, and even make a favorites list for cards you know you'll love to use! They aren't free, but the price is definitely cheaper than buying a card and stamps. Not only that, it saves paper - who doesn't love that?

The process to find a card or invite, apply coins, customize and send them off is so simple! For the holiday season, as well as several friends with birthdays around this time of year, it's a quick and convenient method for me to show them I'm thinking about them. It's also a super simple way to send invites, and with holiday parties, weddings, and all sorts of family things seemingly always happening, it's a game changer. I don't need to stress about sending invites for my next event, and that's such a major help!

If you're looking for a great site to organize and send clean, amazing looking invites, birthday or holiday cards, thank you cards, or any other kind of card, definitely check out Paperless Post. With their option to design your own card, you know there's always a way to send the exact card you want, no matter what.

*I am partnered with Paperless Post, and was given a complementary amount of coins to use, in order to test and review the site.

Sounds fantastic, hu? Not only is their site set up beautifully, they have an app you can download as well, making it even easier to fit sending invites and cards into our busy schedule. They have you covered no matter what you're needing - from birthdays, weddings, parties, business events, and every day cards. There's even a way to send custom made flyers!

It's an elegant way to bring your card/invite game into the modern world, without sacrificing anything. What have you got to lose? Check out Paperless Post, and I'm sure you'll love them just as much as I do.

Thanks so much for visiting, and be sure to leave a comment below and let me know what you think of this post!

Have a lovely day!