Introduction: Paperless Post


Now that Christmas is around the corner, I’m sure you’re all getting ready. One thing you might just need to add to your shopping list is Christmas cards, but I might have found a solution to the old fashion Christmas card. I’m talking about cards that you send via email instead of the postbox. Today I’ll be introducing you to Paperless Post, to think again about how you send cards.

Paperless Post is the premier destination for online invitations that get people excited to get together. There is a wide range to choose from, including classic stationery designs, or customise a flyer with GIFs and stickers. They’re available to celebrate the most important life occasions from birthday and Christmas to a Wedding and parties. Not only can you share via email but also text, or social media.

I received coins to purchase a selection from Paperless Post. I used this as the opportunity to send a note to say to Samantha as we start the countdown for RunSilverstone. As I’m writing this I have just finished RunSilverstone, was completely worth it but now I’m exhausted! There are so many options and it’s super easy to use, you’re able to personalise each feature and area.

I can see you being there forever! With so many options you’ll truly get lost within the personalisation. Here is the flyer I created:

Screenshot 2019-11-24 at 15.25.03.png

As you can see, I have left it very simple and with just a short message. I love the colours and being able to personalise everything. This is such a great platform to send messages to loved ones on special occasions or just to send a simple note. I also love how you’re able to schedule the message which is perfect, this will allow you to hopefully, never forget a special occasion again.

On the website, you have your own contact book, where you can store all your contacts for future cards. You just need to remember to keep it updated! You are also informed when the contact opens the email and they have the chance to send a message back. An easy way to tell if they’ve opened the email! You also have your own post box which logs every card you’ve sent and the open rate.

There are so many different options for each occasion, I thought I would share with you a couple of my favourites.

Screenshot 2019-11-24 at 15.41.34Orange Cluster (Holiday Greeting)

Screenshot 2019-11-24 at 15.44.21Laguna

Screenshot 2019-11-24 at 15.46.09Teablossom (Invitation) – Gold/Pink

I hope you have enjoyed this post! Hopefully, it’s given you some ideas for the upcoming festive season. I know I’ll be looking to use Paperless Post more for invitations and cards to my loved ones. You can keep up to date with everything Paperless Post by following them on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Also, you can make your holiday more eco-friendly with Paperless Post.

I hope you have enjoyed this review!

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Love Gemma x


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