It’s about that time to start scheduling your holiday photos for sending out cards to friends and family! For some reason it’s insanely hard to get the whole family together during daylight hours to take a family portrait. So I took the less stressful avenue of dedicating this year’s holiday card to my kids! Hey, that’s two less outfits to worry about! 😉 This year I did a little research and found the perfect company to share with you. If you’re looking for adorable, stress-free holiday greetings then look no further than Paperless Post.
You’re probably thinking “Paperless??”, but I like paper cards. Don’t worry…they have traditional cards too!
If you’re like me, you’ve noticed that sending holiday greeting cards has gotten more and more expensive. First you have to find outfits, and then schedule a photographer whether in-studio or with a lifestyle photographer these two tasks can really add up. Once you’ve obtained your photos you still need to print your cards…another expense! And it doesn’t stop there…Postage has gone through the roof!
Paperless Post has the best options for alleviating the high costs of sending holiday cheer. This year I decided to send a select number of paper cards to close relatives and use the electronic version (of the very same card) to send to the remaining friends and family! The cards themselves are half the price (save on printing!) and you don’t have to worry about stamps! Boom! More presents in your kid’s stockings!
There are so many adorable layouts and designs to choose from and I love this card I selected. I can’t stop staring at my adorable babies! 😉 Cards are made with heavy weight card stock.
Here’s what the electronic version of the holiday card looks like…Same layout, just delivered straight to your inbox.
Once you tap the “View the Card” button it takes you to this animated envelope below where your card will emerge from.
The exact same card and layout of my paper option! So cute!
There is even an option for the recipient to send a reply message back to you. You don’t have that option with a paper card!