Organizing a party in the Digital Age isn’t always enjoyable, but Paperless Post is changing that. When my friend told me she wanted to host a celebration later this spring, I suggested we use PP. The company had reached out to me and this felt like the perfect opportunity to utilize their services.
Up until recently, I didn’t know much about the brand, but I’m a big fan now. I really like their selection and thought it was cool that they’ve partnered with brands like Rifle Paper Co and the Indigo Bunting. Plus, the whole design process was surprisingly fun, considering it’s all taking place online. It made me feel VERY talented when I’m, in fact, only MARGINALLY talented.
I attended a grand opening last year and the company used PP for their invite, too, and I still remember how cool it was to open that invite online. It felt much more tangible than an email invite and made the entire experience feel much more cohesive.
You can view the event page here, including the invite design and all the info. It was so fun to design! Now, I just need to find another event that needs an invite!
*this post is sponsored by Paperless Post. Opinions are my own. Duh.