Beautiful Print and Digital Wedding Stationery

A vendor team-up gives brides and grooms the best of both worlds.

paperless post and paper source digital and paper invitations
Courtesy of Paperless Post

Those who wanted to utilize e-vites for wedding invitations, save the dates, and invitations for pre-nuptial events such as the bridal shower and bachelorette party have always been able to turn to Paperless Post for chic and classy online stationery. Though they have had print options in their inventory for years, the site has recently teamed up with Paper Source as their exclusive print partner. This team-up gives people access to beautiful print and digital options for their upcoming events. 

Teaming up with Paper Source also gives customers the opportunity to see the designs in person. For the first time ever, starting in January, Paperless Post designs will have an in-store presence at 125 Paper Source stores across the country. The wedding collection will be available for free in-person consultations so that couples can choose the design suites for their special day. “Our mission remains to help people gather more easily, beautifully, and meaningfully in real life,” says James Hirschfeld, CEO of Paperless Post. “We are excited to continue working towards that goal by partnering with Paper Source in such a dynamic way.”

This also means the gorgeous hand-drawn designs from Paper Source will now be available in digital form for the first time, combining the convenience of e-vites for our modern world without sacrificing style. “We are so excited to launch this new offering to our customers,” says Winnie Park, CEO of Paper Source. “As a powerhouse in digital invitations, Paperless Post is an ideal partner for us. We are uniting the innovation of a digital-first company with the power of our brick and mortar stores, which pride themselves on delivering above-and-beyond experiences every day. This will truly be the best of digital and analog.” Brides and grooms would even be able to send digital invites to the computer literate, while mailing physical versions of the same design to older guests should they choose to do so.  

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Authored by: Emily Lasnier