There’s something so special about anything personalised, I jump at the chance to emboss my initials to my handbags, I love it when I find cute keychains that sum me up, and I’m obsessed with creating the most beautiful stationery, which has become a lot easier now that Paperless Post has come to the UK. You may have spotted my love for Paperless Post before on my social media, I made the most perfect Christmas cards that reminded me of my wedding invitation, and it was so lovely to see my friends and family receive personalised cards. I also got some correspondence cards in my new blog colours with Fashionista Barbie emblazoned along the top. The paper quality was amazing, as was the printing, the minty green colour was so vibrant, and it made me feel extra professional when I sent them out as thank-you cards.
I’ve also been an avid user of Paperless Post’s virtual online invitations, they are super easy and fun to produce, and they even have designs from the likes of Kate Spade and Oscar de la Renta, and you can search via themes as well, so everything from Christmas to New Home, Job, Congratulations, Wedding, Baby, you name it they have a card for it. I did one recently for a friends birthday dinner and it just added another level to the celebrations.
So, you can probably imagine that I’m pretty excited that Paperless Post has finally landed in the UK, thanks to a collaboration with Liberty. Paperless Post has transformed the renowned Liberty textile archive and love of florals into a gorgeous selection of more than 100 online and paper invitations, cards and stationery designs, including these cute correspondence cards that the team made up for me with my name on them. I do love dark florals, even more so when my names personalised on them.
I can well imagine that the most popular styles are going to be the wedding invitations, Paperless Post really does take the hassle out of it with their beautiful designs, add in those Liberty florals and you really are on to a winner. For me, I just love the different stationery options, which vary from subtle florals to very bold, there’s even an all orange design if you want to make a statement.
The best bit is these gorgeous stationery options won’t cost you the earth, prices start at £1.30 for engraved, letterpress and thermographed paper, and trust me the quality is incredible, and 75p for flat-printed paper. Want to just use these designs online, well, that’s even better as some of them are free. Seriously head on over to the website as you have to check out the options.