Prepping for a Party with Paperless Post

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I have to be honest, I do not host many parties, but now that N + I are recently engaged (YAY!), we will be celebrating many little get togethers coming up. Off the top of my head -- we have Save The Dates to create, plus a possible engagement party and let's not forget the bachelorette and bachelor parties. & we may just have a Christmas get together as well! So see, I told you we have a lot of little shindigs coming up, which is super exciting. 

I am a little old fashion when its comes to sending cards -- I want to send something that they can hold on too and put on the fridge as a little reminder. I love the feeling of getting mail unexpectedly. It's one of many little joys I cherish. When I started using Paperless Post a few years back, I fell in love with the fact that you can send either an electronic card via email or you can send the real deal -- stamped, addressed and all. How cool is that? They take out all the extra hassle when planning a party or event.

When prepping for a party there is a lot of little things that go into it to make sure that everything runs smoothly. Here is a list of things I do in order to prepare for a little get together.


  1. Decide what kind of party you are having

  2. Choose a date

  3. Create a budget

  4. Decide how many people you want to potentially invite.

  5. Make a list of people to invite.

  6. Decide on the theme

  7. Send out invitations via Paperless Post

  8. Purchase all the party supplies

  9. Set up the perfect party

  10. Have a party with your favorite playlist included!


There are so many exciting things about hosting a party. Not only is the planning part fun, but deciding the theme and sending out invitations has to be pretty exciting as well. Paperless Post has so many different options. Some of my favorites include Kelly Wearstler, Rifle Paper Co, Sugar PaperVera Wang & Kate Spade New York.

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