35 total reviews
Even though some people baled at the idea, I chose to use online invitations. It made my life SO much easier and let's face it, everyone does everything on their smart phones now! It made RSVPs for my guests easier too. Tracking responses was a breeze. My only "complaint" is that when people pulled up the invite on their phone, they didn't notice the area where they were supposed to tell me what their meal choice is. It isn't as obvious on the mobile app. Some guests saw it, but some missed it so I had to track those responses down. All in all, I would definitely use Paperless Post again for other events. Their designs are great and customizing is fun!
We decided to use online invitations for our wedding as we were going to be moving from Chicago to Seattle one month prior to the wedding and didn't have a proper RSVP address. It ended up being such a life saver, and gave our pocket books a break as well. My grandma even commented about how easy and beautiful the invitation was. Hip grandma! It gives you options to send follow up e-mails to guests, and collect addresses. Super helpful function!
I loved my Paperless Post invitations. They were super easy to design, they had so many beautiful options, and the final printed invites looked just as pretty in real-life as they did on the computer! Absolutely perfect :)
We planned our wedding in less than three months so we didnt have time for printed invitations or "save the dates". We used Paperless post instead and they were fantastic. So easy to design and send the invitations and to gather the information you need.
I also used them to order my paper thank you cards and they arrived within a week of my order and are amazing quality.
I'm docking one star because having to buy "coins" instead of just paying for your invites is intensely irritating, especially if you don't have a nice rounded number of "coins" and have to buy more than you need.
We were running out of time to send out invitations and paperless post was suggested by my planner. I know it's nontraditional but we ended up sending out e-mail invites. It was really easy and they had some really great options. Plus there is no paper so it's very environmentally friendly. I would use this company again and plan to do so for the the thank you notes.
Invitations here were affordable and reasonably priced. There are a number of customization options for font, color, and wording so you can really make your invitations your own. There are so many styles to choose from and you can even send out electronic invitations! The final product was beautiful and high quality with color printing on both sides.
Easy to use and a great value and no waste!
We decided to go with the ease and accountability of on-line invitations. Paperless Post had the best format we could find for both creating beautiful invites and for keeping track of guests. They have a page that lets you know who has opened the invite, as well as the various responses. You can also email different guests with additional info from the site. Lots of other good offerings, too many to list here.
We managed all of our invitations, follow-up reminders, and links to the photos after the wedding via Paperless Post. We got lots of accolades for how lovely they were, and we loved how inexpensive it was!
The service is good, we decided early we didn't wanted printed invitations and would prefer to use that budget in other areas. Also, we aren't that crazy about all that pretty paper that is will ultimately end in the trash.
Also, se saved a lot of time in confirmation calls and running all over town delivering them (in Mexico we have horrible postal service, and it would be a fortune to use private services).
Would have liked a little more options around weddings, everything seemed too traditional or too modern, we wanted something in between, modern fonts, stamps but without being too casual. Still, we made it work and they looked good.
The other and really only complaint is that people seemed to have a problem opening them from cellphones, for some reason they couldn't RSVP from there. Would be nice to get that fixed!
Was a great option for our eloplopment announcemnts. good value no glitches
I used Paperless Post for the invitations. They were beautiful & elegant. It was so easy to create the invitations online & send them by email. I loved being able to track the responses online, being able to send & receive private messages & send updates & reminders. It only cost about $10 for everything. I am so happy to have found this website on The Knot.
I used paperlesspost.com for my wedding invitations because I wanted to be green, spend my tight budget on more deserving parts of my wedding day, and be able to track them all online because all of my guests were in a different country than the one I live in and I didn't want to risk their invites getting lost in overseas mail. t was great to see our responses trickle in, and to read the responses that our guests wrote on both this and our thank you notes...you don't get that with paper invitations. Also, unless you play around with it, you don't realize there are even more inexpensive ways to send invitations (i.e. without envelopes or linings). Probably my only other suggestions for improvement echos other reviews- 1) Make it possible to RSVP to more than one event (i.e a Rehearsal Dinner, Post-wedding brunch) 2) Make it so guests can't RSVP without selecting their meal option (if you include that in your invite)...I had to chase down probably about 25% of my guests. Very happy I went with these over paper :)
We used Paperless Post to send our wedding invitations via email. It was quick and easy and made the RSVP process very simple. Guests clicked through their invitation to RSVP and voila! A notice was sent to me with their response. We were also able to ask guests to answer response questions about allergies, updated mailing address, etc. A link to our registries was also able to be included. We were also able to send periodic reminders to our guests about the event approaching, a note with instructions/details and reminders to RSVP. For our guests who are not as tech savvy, we were able to order matching paper invitations to send via snail mail. Quality of the paper invitations was A+. We would use them again and recommend you give it a try!
What a neat & efficient way of communicating. Cost effective, too. Sophisticated designs and great flexibility. Easy way for people to respond and for you to track receipt.
We used Paperless Post for out invitations and did everything on the web. We set the number of replies for each invited person. We were able to track things and send reminders and get fun messages from the guests. We even ordered a few paper versions for very little money. As people who enjoy design and stationary we wanted an option that wouldn't just get thrown away and needed very little lead time.
I wouldn't do it any other way. They were classy, saved trees, made it easy to track guests and everyone loved them.
My guests loved the invitation.it is cheap. You can design the cards. It is green! No paper is used. You can send messages to the guests. It has an auto reminder option! What else do you need!
Love it. Made everything easy. Great for a fast wedding.
I had little time to send invitations by mail, so I had to use e-vites. Luckily, I stumbled upon Paperless Post. A lot of the designs were simply beautiful, & they give the option of ordering the paper version. I was very happy with the RSVP planner too!
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Easy and beautiful
"We decided to use online invitations for our wedding as we were going to be moving from Chicago to Seattle one month prior to the wedding. It ended up being such a life saver, and gave our pocket books a break as well. My grandma even commented about how easy and beautiful the invitation was."