Yes, it's true, there really is nothing like the feel of a real letter. My heart swoons when I think about heavy cream-laid wedding invitations with hand-engraving, love letters tied up with pink ribbon, or even the cheeky glimpse of patterned lining peeping from the neck of an open envelope. Ah stationery, I love you so. The folks over at Paperless Post
know that nothing beats paper, but they also know that sometimes you need an eco-friendly, thrifty way to send invitations (and cards or save-the-dates) online.
Their e-stationery and cards have the look and texture of what you might find in a high-end stationery store, but with the ease, eco-consciousness and cost-effectiveness of digital communication.
So the next time you are inviting a group of friends to the pub on a Saturday afternoon (or even for a casual supper on Tuesday night), consider sending out a fancy Paperless invitation and making a real occasion out of it.
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