(Closed) A Paperless Post RAVE!

posted 5 years ago in Paper
Post # 2
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37 posts
Newbee

Commenting to follow 🙂 I’m glad you had such a great experience!

Post # 3
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210 posts
Helper bee

I had a great experience with them too! I actually used them for both our STDs and our invites. We didn’t have a venue confirmed for the ceremony till about 4-5 weeks before the wedding (we had a 3 month long engagement and some logistics issues with our place of worship), so it was best to go digital. I actually got a lot of compliments on the look of the cards and no one had any issues accessing (even our guests in their 80s) so it went really well. Plus our STDs were free and our invites only cost $16!

Post # 4
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

Ditto! I’m another Paperless Post user here and I was so pleased with how it worked out for our Save the Dates. I did my own design too because like OP I’m doing paper invites and wanted to be able to tie the designs together. I used the completely free option and I have to say I’m so pleased we saved the money. A lot of our guests are out of state or overseas so it’s been a really simple way of informing everyone and it’s great getting the messages and keeping track of who’s opened them. Highly recommend this option for people considering going digital!

Post # 5
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Newbee
  • Wedding: May 2016

I am a believer! I used traditional paper invites and then my Fiance surprised me with another list of guests. I went to paperless post and love it!!  I wish I would have known about it sooner and I would have sent my STD’s through it as well.  The website is so easy to use and the tracking tool cant be beat.

Post # 6
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Newbee
  • Wedding: October 2016

LOVED using Paperless Post for my Save-the-Dates; beautiful designs I couldn’t afford the print version of for the number of guests we expect, plus the option to order a handful of the paper kind! I was SO SO pleased how quickly people responded with their addresses, and it’s made a running spreadsheet of guests and contact info so much easier. I had wanted to send out traditional invitations, but honestly reconsidering it.

Post # 7
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2016

I actually ordered paper invites from Paperless Post because I loved the Rifle Paper Co designs, and when we downscaled our wedding to twelve guests, I could actually afford them. I ordered double-thickness paper, though, because I’d seen how thin other people’s invites had turned out, and they are THICK. Like, super rigid, afraid I’ll need extra postage, thick. I think we may use the online option for our hometown reception later, though, in the same or a similar design, assuming I can get my mom on board.

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