Card Giving for Busy People This Christmas

It's November! We can't believe how quickly the festive season is sneaking up on us and we're yet to make preparations. Will we remember the gifts? Will our festive decor be on-point? And (most importantly) will the fridge be fully-stocked? 

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This season is a feast for the eyes and, as designers, we take appearances and attention to detail very seriously. A great example of this is greeting cards and invitations. You have to reflect your own tastes and styles beautifully whilst appealing to a wide range of people though your choice of design. It can be expensive, time-consuming and tedious. 

Paperless Post really solve this problem by offering a quick and easy service that sends your Christmas cards and invitations digitally. Now, we usually send our greetings the old fashioned way but we were intrigued to give Paperless Post a whirl when Anagram Interactive approached us last month. Here's the lowdown on what we found great about this online tool...

BEAUTIFUL DESIGN & TREND LED PRODUCTS

We've selected three trends thats we've been spotting everywhere this season and we can't get enough of them. If you're looking for contemporary styles this year - do check Paperless Post's selection out.

CITY SNOW by Hello!Lucky and Kate Spade NY

NEW TRADITIONS by Hello!Lucky and Rifle Paper Co.

PERUVIAN by Hannah Berman and Rifle Paper Co.

 

EASY & FLEXIBLE CUSTOMISATION

There is a simple an easy process to completely customise invitations and cards from the colour to typeface to envelopes. It really allows you to put your own touch on things which we really value as designers. 

MANAGE YOUR RSVPs

The best thing about Paperless Post is that you can seamlessly manage your guest's RSVPs, they can let you know if they are attending through the touch of a button. It definitely takes a weight off our mind.

 

If you're looking for a more convenient way to send your Christmas cards this year, then please check out Paperless Post's new holiday section.

This post was published in cooperation with Anagram Interactive.