I was gifted Paperless Post coins in exchange for a review. All opinions are mine alone. I only feature products that I use and love.
I’m sitting here at my desk, getting ready for the month of June (yikes! already!?), and I thought this is the perfect time to share with you all the reasons that I love Paperless Post. Almost two years ago, after we moved into our new house, I shared with you five tips for saving time with party planning. You can see that post here.
Paperless Post is the easiest way that I can stay connected with our family, all over the world! I honestly have tried to be the person who sends out snail-mailed cards every month, and some months I get it right. Those months, I’m so proud of myself. But, friends, it’s not always easy and that’s where Paperless Post comes in for me.
I’m sure you can already tell, but I love being organize and ready for the upcoming month. Since I can go right into my account and schedule all our cards for the month, it’s super convenient. I could even schedule an entire year’s worth! I’m not that organize yet, but the convenience is my #1 reason for using Paperless Post.
LOTS OF OPTIONS
Have you ever browsed their cards? They have nearly everything. From Rifle Paper Co to Oscar de la Renta to uploading your own card, there is something for everyone. I love having lots of options, because I send out a lot of cards to different people. I really want each card to be reflective of that particular person, and I definitely find something for everyone on Paperless Post.
This goes hand-in-hand with the previous reason, but there are tons of gorgeous designs. Of course, I err on the side of the Rifle Paper Co cards, but all the designs on Paperless Post are stunning.
EASY TO DESIGN
If you happen to not find what you want (shocking), you can upload your own! I have played around with that option a couple times but just never created a design that I liked more than the designs that are already available. It’s pretty simple, but you basically upload your design and then use the Paperless Post tools to edit and send it.
I have found Paperless Post to be super affordable. In order to send Paperless Post cards, you purchase coins. They have different denominations of coins you can purchase, so you can buy just a few coins or purchase more coins and save a little bit per coin. Either way, each card has a coin ‘price’ and the extras that you add to your card also have a coin ‘price.’ Given the price of paper cards and stamps and the time it takes to write and mail cards, Paperless Post has been a very affordable option for me.
I hope this answers any questions you had about sending digital cards. I have been so, so happy.. If you have any questions, let me know!