August 27, 2019
We live in the days where we constantly live in a “rat race.” Besides just the every day human norm of eating, sleeping, breathing, and working, we have home and business checklists to do, drop the kids off to school there, ball practice here, paying bills….the last thing we sometimes think about is responding to an RSVP via snail mail, right? So, for all of you techy peeps or peeps on the go, like me, there’s good news, there’s a new stationary friend in town to make your stationary needs that much more simple, and it’s called Paperless Post.
Paperless Post is pretty much summed up by their name. They are an on-line stationary source where you can customize, send, and collect your RSVP date, some options even include attaching your registry list.
Now, I’m not ruling out paper completely, because while I am a girl on the go all of the time, I do love to hold a pretty piece of stationary, but as I tell my clients, we have to be realistic in regards to timing, budget and what works best for your overall “majority” guests.
Things to Consider Choosing Paper vs. Paperless
I’ve been in the wedding and events industry for going on right at ten years now, and I will say the RSVP on stationary (be it a wedding or a baby shower don’t have the response rate needed to really have an accurate guest list. For my clients in the wedding industry, although I encourage invitations to be sent out 10-16 weeks in advance; certain key factors can affect this time line give or take weeks and those are as follows:
Some of our favorite Designs from Paperless Post:
If you’re looking for a solution to gathering made smart and simple all at the touch of a button, you may want to consider Paperless Post.
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