Review: Paperless Post: Cards & Stationery

Paperless Post, as the name indicates, is an active service used to customize online paper cards and invitations that reflect your personal style —for weddings, holidays, birthdays, and other important occasions.

When I received the request to review them on my blog, thanks to Anagram Interactive’s partnership with Paperless Post, I jumped on the opportunity. Just a scroll through their Instagram is all you need to catch the vibe through and through.

Speaking of the above, getting ready for the spooky season was never so satisfying, thanks to the opportunity of perusing through the holiday section on Paperless Post. Not only was it such a pick-me-up to receive in my inbox, I must’ve clicked on my cards fifty times because it’s extremely enjoyable to see in action.

Some of my favorite card sections include:

Side note: How perfectly fitting is the above for Aza Holmes from Turtles All the Way Down by John Green.


The only thing that could’ve made it that more better were to have receive the cards in real life. The designs made from several world-famous designers and lifestyle brands, including Kate Spade New York, Oscar de la Renta, Jonathan Adler, and Rifle Paper Co., are so beautifully laid out that I was craving to reach out and touch it.

Overall, I’ll be sure to continue using Paperless Post for any upcoming events in both my personal and professional life. The endless options left me consumed for hours on end.

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