A Paperless Post



I'm an old fashioned gal at heart.  I like my magazines in print and I love receiving invitations by snail mail.  I want to hold something.  I love feeling the weight and texture of the paper, studying type, always looking at the choice of decorative stamp and liner but alas, I fear I am a dying breed.

There is something to be said for the ease of emailing an invitation to someone's inbox.  We live in such a fast paced, "instant gratification" kind of world, the immediacy of creating an invitation from the myriad of choices, hitting send and waiting for the RSVP's to roll in has a place in my heart too.

That's where Paperless Post comes in.  They offer you the best of both worlds.  You can choose the style and theme from any number of invitations for any number of occasions and hit send, or have it sent!

An invitation does so much more than convey time and place.  It sets the tone for your affair; the theme, color, vibe  of what's to come.

I have a number of speaking engagements coming up.  Some are privately hosted dinners, some in interesting venues.  I will speak more about this later.  I am really excited!  I am calling it, "Om for the Home:  being mindful of the energy filling our beautifully designed spaces."  Paperless Post was the obvious "go to" site for me.  I knew I wanted to create an ongoing series of invitations for each event with both the consistency of look and ability to customize.  I hadn't planned on putting my photo illustration on the card, but Paperless Post suggested I make it personal, so I did!  There is so much to love.  Between their designer collaborations with Jonathan Adler, Oscar de la Renta, Kate Spade, Crane, Kelly Wearstler, John Derian and more, Paperless Post has you covered fashionably and effortlessly.  You would be hard pressed not to find just the right style to convey just the right message.

Party On








 Paperless Post reflects the Livebeauti~FULLY brand.  This was a sponsored post in conjunction with Anagram Interactive, but the sentiment is all mine.





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