Sharing sweet season’s greetings, sans stamps
It seems that each year the busy holiday season approaches faster than the last. Before you know it, neighbourhood wreaths and lights are up, holiday cups are featured at your local coffee joints and you haven’t yet dug out the heavy winter coat from storage.
With Canadian brick and mortar photo stores no longer easily found, personalizing your seasonal cards are easier obtained online to be shipped to your door – then finally mailed out. Oh, what fun.
The address book, stamps, and calligraphy pen you got as a shower gift two years ago are likely tucked away in a desk drawer, and let’s be honest – keeping track of loved ones’ mailing addresses doesn’t get easier as more and more of our communication exchanges are restricted to online-only. Emily Post would probably feel it kind of rude to ask your cousin if she did just move three months ago when you haven’t yet had the time to swing by or send the housewarming token – but could she kindly send you her address for the holiday card? Thanks.
You’d love to have a cocktail party to ring in the season, but it’s too late to buy invites, mail and collect RSVP’s in time to buy for 20 people yet mass texts/Facebook invites are no one’s favourite way to receive the news.
Paperless Post is a digital game changer, allowing members not only to design custom cards, stationery, and invites but manage guest lists for events, track RSVPs and message within groups in a lovely, non-mass text manner. Paperless Post brings the class and etiquette back to communicating in a world that is quickly moving to fully digital.
With collaborations with favourite designers such as Kate Spade New York and Rifle Paper Co., you can stop wishing that the film Her’s “BeautifulHandWrittenLetters.Com” exists and be your own Theodore Twombly.
Find your holiday spirit at www.paperlesspost.com
photos courtesy of paperless post