Paperless Post: The prettiest way to customize online paper cards & invitations that reflect your personal style.

I am seriously digging Paperless Post.  I actually first heard about it on TV, I forget the show I was watching but I like “Hmmm, Paperless Post.  I just got an email from them!”  I am notorious for sending cards out late so using a website like Paperless Post is a lifesaver for me.   I went to their site and instantly I loved all of the options I could pick for cards.

Let’s be honest.  How many of you save cards that you are sent?  I posted this “Q” on Facebook and a lot of you don’t!  Even though they do also offer paper cards, I’ll be honest, I like an email card and I toss the cards that come in the mail.  Paperless Post is easy to use, convenient,  it’s environmentally-conscience and everything can be easily edited and updated in your account when you send a card out so friends and family never miss a celebration, thank you or save the date.FacebookPoll_PaperlessPost

I recently used Paperless Post to review for the twins birthday and sent out the Unicorn Weather invitation  because it is so darn cute and pretty and you know what?  You can even upload your OWN!  Friends loved it too. 

So how does it work? It’s easy!
It’s easy to use.  You create an account, buy some coins as it’s super affordable, pick the occasion you need it for, customize it and email it off!  You can see preview, edit and send once it’s perfect and when the card is received, you friends and family can easily reply back.

Below is a Thank you card I sent to my friend.


Here are some more pretty designs and even though I am showing my favourites, there are many neutral and even masculine ones as well.  These are just my tastes.
So if you’re looking for a new way to send cards, I highly recommend Paperless Post.

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I want to hear from you!  Have you heard of Paperless Post? Do you send cards via email? Do you keep or toss the cards out?

disclosure: this post was written in collaboration with Paperless Post, all opinions are my own.


  1. jan | 26th Apr 18

    I too do not keep paper cards and no longer buy them as they seem so wasteful. I do, however, cut out the front of certain cards to make gift tags.

  2. nicky | 26th Apr 18

    I hadn’t heard of Paperless Post before, but I like the look of those invitations! Nice designs.

    • Mama Ash | 26th Apr 18

      There’s so much to choose from 🙂

  3. Janet Meisner | 27th Apr 18

    They are lovely. I like the designs.

  4. Wanda Tracey | 28th Apr 18

    Paperless Post has some lovely designs and some great ideas for e-cards! I think this is wonderful.

  5. LILLIAN BROWN | 28th Apr 18

    Had not heard of ,very nice

  6. Florence Cochrane | 28th Apr 18

    I have not used Paperless Post before. I do keep cards some cards that I receive. Sounds interesting.

  7. Lynda Cook | 29th Apr 18

    I will have to check this out, I love sending cards by email!

  8. Erin W | 30th Apr 18

    I love this idea, I hate all the paper cards I’ve accumulated over the years!

  9. Carole D | 30th Apr 18

    I love the idea and they have beautiful design.

  10. jamie hall | 30th Apr 18

    These are beautiful , I don’t buy a lot of cards any,ore

  11. Tannis W | 30th Apr 18

    Sounds like a nice idea!

  12. Carol M | 30th Apr 18

    Very cool!

  13. wendy hutton | 7th Jun 18

    so nice and such a variety never heard of them before thanks

  14. kathy downey | 7th Jun 18

    Thanks for the introduction,these are really nice

  15. Kam | 24th Oct 18

    Nice! I just find paper cards are such a waste of resources!

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