Midas Touch

Thursday, February 23, 2012


I work in the tech industry, and it's easy to get excited about the next creative startup. You sign up for "the new pinterest" or a darling social correspondence app, then promptly forget about your account–something I'm guilty of with Paperless Post. But then, a few weeks ago, when I was planning our office's One in a Million celebration (to fête over one million active daily users), I decided to send invitations by email–and stumbled on so many stunning designs that I thought, "Why haven't I been using this thing all along?"

The boozy invitation was almost as much of a hit as the actual bubbly, which our CEOs promptly sprayed each other with; now I can't wait to find another excuse to send out "letterpressed" party invitations!

Do you use Paperless Post, or have another site to share that I simply won't be able to live without?

22 comments:

  1. Oh my! I must have an old soul because Facebook to me is such an abomination. I don't have a personal account and the little time I did I hated it. I hated how I was getting pokes instead of emails and so on. I do find so many sites useful specially for work but I'd like to see something come up that could cover all of a blogger's needs.

    I love that invite by the way.

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  2. i've got one or two paperless post invites, i like them! cuter than evites! xoxo jillian:: cornflake dreams

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  3. These are too cute! I've never used Paperless Post, but I'm definitely going to look into it :)

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  4. This invite is fabulous! I've heard of Paperless Post before but never had the opportunity to check them out. On my way now!!

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  5. I'd totally forgotten about Paperless Post! Thanks for the reminder - this invite is too cute!

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  6. This is really cute! Good e-vites can be hard to find, love this!

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  7. digital letterpress- wow! i've never used paperless post (or evite for that matter) but it's a consideration now.

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  8. Oh I love this! I haven't heard of this...but am definitely going to use it now!

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  9. I love paper invites but in reality paperless is so much better for businesses and busy people. I love the different designs of paperless. The sky's the limit!

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  10. I actually had ever heard of this, but thanks for introducing me to it! :)

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  11. Yes! I've been hoping to find a good online invitation source. Thank you, thank you! Maid of honor duties call. xo

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  12. this is super cute!

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  13. it came out lovely and its very tree friendly :)

    Stop by and enter my Vedette giveaway!

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  14. These are too fab! I like paperless invites for certain things, but I guess I'm old fashioned and prefer snail mail for most of my events. But for a large company this is wonderful! xx

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  15. I've not had to use these, but I LOVE the one you chose. It's perfect!!

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  16. This is a beautiful invitation - I'd be so stoked to receive this in person OR in email! xoxo

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  17. I don't use it. I like it, but I don't use it. BUT, good job for using it, reminding me of it, and your choice of such a lovely invitation!

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  18. CEO's spraying each other with champagne?? awesome. sounds like a rap video!

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  19. That is adorable!! Love the 'letterpress' touch. I'm guilty of sending Facebook invites for some casual fete's but for extra specials printed is the only way to go!

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