The holiday season is upon us and one of the biggest joys of the season is planning things for family and friends. Since the turn of technology there have been many sites that you could use to send out event invites, but the one I prefer to use is www.PaperlessPost.com. While there are many options to send out digital invitations there are very key reasons I prefer PaperlessPost and today I want to share a few with you.
The first thing that I like about Paperless Post is that it is easily navigable so that even those with no design and tech experience can seamlessly follow the steps. Secondly, the curated themes come in a wide range and therefore there is an invitation for whatever function that you are planning. Next, the beautiful designs are remnant of physical stationary that was sent in the stone ages. Not only are the designs already gorgeous, but most of the details are also customizable. That means that your invitations can better express yours and your events personality on the screen. Everything from colors, font typeface, font size and backgrounds can be changed on the standard designs as well as the inside of the envelopes and the stamps.
To send the invitations all you need is your guests e-mail address. Once you press send, Paperless Post will keep track of which of your guests have opened the invite, responded and emails that bounced. For the emails that bounced, you can go in and edit and resend to the correct address. For those who open their invitations, but do not respond, you can easily send a reminder before the RSVP date. Paperless Post also allows you to add details to your event such as a start and end time, address to the location with an accompanying map and a message wall for guests to leave notes prior to the event.
Paperless Post has free designs for invitations as well as their new flyer option to send up to 500 recipients. For premium designs users can purchase coins directly on the interface and the site will keep track of your changes and how many coins each invite will cost. Using Paperless Post is like getting traditional mail, but in your inbox. Kind of nostalgic right?
Do you have any events coming up that you would like use Paperless Post for?