Last week, one of my best gal pals sent us a birthday invitation via Paperless Post and I was tickled pink when I opened it via email. I am sure that most of you have heard of Paperless Post by now and if you haven't, you are missin' out! Paperless Post allows you to send birthday cards and party invites via email [or traditional paper if you choose to order them!]. These invites are not your average grocery store purchase either. Kate Spade, J.Crew, and Mr. Boddington designed just a few of my personal favorites!
Let's be honest: I am a complete and utter lover of good 'ol fashion snail mail. Nothing tickles my fancy more than sending out a little piece of happy mail. I like to keep it traditional and mail out darling invitations for more formal gatherings. It always makes it feel official and all kinds of fancy when I put the stamp of approval on it and send it on its merry way. For larger parties, it can be slightly difficult to find mailing addresses if you don't keep an address book handy. Oh, and if you are anything like me, I always run out of stamps. Paperless Post is the most efficient way to send an invite to all of the close ladies and gents in your life and still look darling while doing so! Although not all are free, there are a handful that are if you are a gal on a budget. Trust me when I say, I happily scouted out each and every invitation Paperless Post has to offer. It was rather difficult but I thought that I would share with you a few of my personal picks for some of my favorite occasions. Anything that calls for a little celebration over a couple of adult beverages, am I right?
[Gals Night Out] Classic Vintage by kate spade new york
[Summer Bash] Let's Go Sailing by The Indigo Bunting
[Birthday Bash] Chocolate Cake by Mr. Boddington's Nephew
[Little One's Birthday] Karkuteilla by Marimekko
[Bridal Shower] Ever After by Linda and Harriett
[Gals Weekend] Gather the Girls by J.Crew
Happy weekend, chickadees! Whip out those sunnies, get out there, and enjoy the sunshine!