Paperless Post – Review

I love sending cards, especially to my friends who live far away.

The only thing that bothers me sometimes is the fact that they end up in the bin and also the cost of postage

Paperless Post is a fantastic website that allows you to send cards & invites electronically.

Whether it’s your 40th, a baby shower or even your wedding they’ve got a fantastic selection to choose from

There are free cards you can send but you need coins to buy premium cards & add upgrades. You change the colours of the background & personalise your card

The starting cost displayed is per recipient and excludes premium options. You can add or remove premium options—including envelopes, liners, backdrops, and logos—when creating your custom design. The current cost of your card per recipient will always appear at the top right corner of our design tool when you’re creating your card.

Coins are used to purchase online cards and add premium options. You can purchase Coins on the Buy Coins page or right before you are ready to send. Coins do not have an individual value: they are sold in packages, so the more you purchase in your package, the cheaper the cost per Coin.

CoinsPackage CostCost Per Coin
25£8.00£0.32
100£18.00£0.18
200£28.00£0.14
400£46.00£0.12
1000£90.00£0.09

They also have a Flyer option for your event, which is free! You can send it via text or messenger & it has a simple RSVP button so you can easily keep track of who’s coming

My cousin recently had a baby girl. It was so easy to send her a paperless card via email

I miss having my friend Claire close by, I sent her a paperless card to let her know how much I appreciate her friendship

I would definitely recommend Paperless Post , the website is so easy to use & they have such a fantastic selection, every kind of event is covered. Why not check them out yourself

Disclaimer:  I was given credit to use on Paperless Post for the purpose of this post, however all views are my own

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