Making Invitations with Paperless Post + GIVEAWAY!

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This post and giveaway was sponsored by Paperless Post. Thank you for supporting the brands that support Five Foot and Fabulous.

I love getting mail. Whether it comes in the physical mailbox or in one of my email inboxes, I love seeing something addressed to me! The only bad thing is that I’m known to hoard my mail. “I never know when I might need this,” I say, as I shove another invitation or birthday card in a drawer. Hint: I’ll probably never need it again.

That’s why I was so excited to hear about Paperless Post. They provide thousands of templates, some of which are even FREE, for all sorts of occasions. Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, throwing a baby shower, or having a wedding, Paperless Post has highly customizable templates for you.

As I was browsing the website, I discovered that they have BRUNCH invitations. I love all things brunch, so I knew I had to play around with one of the templates.

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Obviously, I chose the pancake invitation because I’m #obsessed. As you can see, it’s very easy to change the text. Size, color, and font are just a few options you are given.

You can also change the background to make it a bit more jazzy, and you can even make changes to the envelope liner!

Making Invitations With Paperless Post | E-cards | Online invitations | paperless mail | Five Foot and Fabulous

Note that each thing you add increases the price by 1 coin (which equates to 10 cents per card). The invitation I created ended up being 5 coins, or 50 cents, per card. Meaning that if I sent this to 10 people, it would only cost me $5. That’s essentially the price of a single paper invitation! So not only does this service save paper, but it also saves you a ton of hard-earned moolah.

The last step is just to add in everyone’s emails. You can import contact lists from your mail service, an Excel sheet, or you can manually plug everyone in. There’s also an RSVP feature that you can use so you can get quick and easy replies!

Below is a preview of how my beautiful brunch invitation will appear in my guests’ inboxes!

Making Invitations With Paperless Post | E-cards | Online invitations | paperless mail | Five Foot and Fabulous
Making Invitations With Paperless Post | E-cards | Online invitations | paperless mail | Five Foot and Fabulous

Wouldn’t you be so excited to get something like that in your inbox? I know I would be!

GIVEAWAY!

Now on to the super exciting part: Paperless Post is giving YOU the opportunity to make invitations/announcements/etc. with no cost to you at all! They’re letting one of you lucky people get 1600 coins (a $160 value!) added to your account.

The only requirement to enter this giveaway is to sign up for a basic account on the Paperless Post website and enter the associated email here! That way they know which account to credit the coins to. Another added bonus? You get 25 coins just for signing up!

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What would you use Paperless Post for? Do you have an event coming up? Let me know in the comments!

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30 Replies to “Making Invitations with Paperless Post + GIVEAWAY!”

  1. This is a fun way to send invites. I love getting mail in the mailbox but I feel like sending invites that way is getting lost to technology these days so this is a great alternative. Plus, you save trees!!!!

    1. I definitely agree! Thanks for reading!

  2. What a fun giveaway Anna! I’ve received these before but didn’t know much about it. I would love to win now 😀

    xoxo A
    http://www.southernbelleintraining.com

    1. Glad you find it cool! Good luck!

  3. Such a cute & easy way to do invites!!! I love getting these types of invites because responding electronically is so easy xx

    1. It is so easy! Thanks for reading!

  4. These look so cute! Way easier than addressing and mailing out paper invites. Hope I win!!

    http://www.andthenwetried.com

    1. Thanks for entering!

  5. ahh this is so awesome! I love how environmentally friendly it is too!

    1. That’s what I liked about it too!

  6. This is so cool! I never heard of Paperless Post before but I’ll definitely be checking out their different invitation templates 🙂

    Kristen | http://www.sophisticatedgal.com

    1. Ooo they have so many great ones!

  7. primetimechaos says: Reply

    That sounds like fun! Never heard of this company before but it looks great!

    1. It is a great company!

  8. These are so cute!! And I love the idea of a brunch invite

    1. Thanks Amanda! i loved the idea too!

  9. OMG this sounds amazing! I’ve never heard of this – it sounds SO cool!!!

    1. It is very cool!

  10. I love Paperless Post! So easy to use and my invites always look great.

    1. That’s awesome!

  11. I recently received an invitation via Paperless Post and they’re so cute! Love the brunch one!

    xoxo,
    Katie
    chicincarolina.blogspot.com 

    1. Aren’t they so cute?

  12. Sydney Power says: Reply

    That is so awesome!! I love making invitations!

  13. These are so fun! I don’t have a reason to make invitations, but now I want to, haha!

    xo
    Sami
    The Classic Brunette

    1. Haha right?? They have great templates to choose from!

  14. Wow, these are really cool! I absolutely love invitations for things so I’ll have to check them out!

    1. Hope you like their offerings!

  15. I like the ease of an online service, but there’s something to be said for receiving a hand-addressed, paper invitation.

    1. I totally agree!

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