Paperless Post, never
For starters, I really liked the ease of access and card selection flow. Card categories were not overwhelming and nicely organized. Wedding invitations, just because cards, flyers, stationary the choices are endless. The design selections were plentiful as well, plus they looked current and trendy. As a woman of color some of the categories offered illustrations featuring people that looked like me, which I truly appreciated. Customization of the cards was a fairly straight forward process. From fonts, backgrounds, and envelop styles, to response cards, envelope stamps and messages all were were customizable. If I needed to send my card to more than one person, Paperless Post allowed CSV and VCT files.
Payment was made via coin purchase. Cards had a base coin cost and to add extra features sometimes required additional coins; however, there were plenty of free card options. To my fellow busy bee’s, if you are looking for an alternative to paper cards and want to do something nice for the environment, I encourage you to try Paperless Post. Digital cards allows one to eliminate waste and hold on to precious memories. Okay enough of the save the earth stuff. No, but seriously Paperless Post is a wonderful option.