The most perfect digital invites

These last days is all about making plans for our youngest kiddo's 6th birthday, which by the way coincides with Halloween time(!)-that's indeed the perfect combo to a kid's celebration, don't you think? We usually go with online invites, we find it easier, less time consuming and most of all ecological. So, I've been searching for online invitations with that extra "je ne sais quoi" to send to his friends & families. When I was asked to try the Paperless Post digital services I knew what my final choice would be for little P's birthday:)

There is a huge selection of invitations to choose from, covering entertaining themes for every occasion and most importantly you can customize your selections with different colors, fonts, logos or even put your own photo to make it more personal. I like it when you can be a bit more creative and make it your own:) The customization section is such an easy process and you can actually change from the backdrop of the card to the color of the envelope and its liner patterns, even the stamp and postmark itself(!)

The illustrations are the coolest and they cover every style from minimal designs to more fine art themes, depending on your moods :)

You can also find numerous designer collection cards which are fantastic! Ashkahn, Mary Katrantzou, Rifle Paper Co, Kate Spade, Marimekko and The Indigo Bunting are some of my very favorites.

Little P. is most probably going to go with one of the cutest Halloween theme related cards for his birthday invites, one with which we dearly fell in love, from one of our favorites: Rifle Paper Co.

Add your favorite cards to your Paperless Post box and further experiment with coloring and backdrops so as to give the card a bit of a boost and match it to your personal style and needs :) This is one of my attempts to make one of our favorites pop..

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I mean..how much cuteness can fit in a card?

Make sure to check them out :)

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