Paperless Post Announces PAPER by Paperless Post
NEW YORK, Oct. 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — The visionary digital stationery service, Paperless Post, is bringing its hand-illustrated designs to the world of paper. PAPER by Paperless Post offers another way for users to express their individuality and style. With hundreds of bold, colorful and contemporary designs to choose from, Paperless Post has created a unique, two-fold solution to sending elegant correspondence by allowing users to select digital or paper options.
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The new PAPER by Paperless Post designs will be double-sided and printed on either thick (120-pound) or double-thick (32-point) paper stock. Starting at $1.50 per piece, cards remain fully-customizable and include a hand-assembled envelope with the option of a matching liner. Optimizing value, customers can purchase just one at a time if they prefer.
“At Paperless Post, we believe in beauty above all. Good design should always transcend the medium in which it’s presented; by offering our customers beautiful stationary and card options in whichever medium they choose – online or on paper – we are demonstrating that beauty and design in correspondence is not limited to any one form.” – Alexa Hirschfeld, Co-founder, Paperless Post
“There is this ongoing debate in popular culture about whether paper is dead, or if we should honor traditional means of communique with formal invitations and printed stationary. The reality is that people live in a hybrid world and no one wants to be confined exclusively to one system or the other.” – James Hirschfeld, Co-founder, Paperless Post
Paperless Post believes that the future of fine stationery lies in a fully-integrated solution that bridges all platforms while offering beauty, quality and affordability.
About Paperless Post
Founded in 2009 by brother and sister Alexa and James Hirschfeld, Paperless Post is a website that allows users to send fine stationery over the internet. Users can craft, send, and track personalized invitations, save the dates, announcements and thank you notes that rival artisanal letterpress cards. The site offers a selection of paper, motifs, colors and fonts. After sending, Paperless Post cards are delivered in personalized envelopes to recipients’ inboxes; senders are able to manage replies on a central tracking page. Paperless Post incorporates the ease of email communication without sacrificing the beauty of well-designed stationery.
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