Brides are embracing a cheaper, more convenient way of sending out wedding invitations--through the Internet.
Brides are embracing a cheaper, more convenient way of sending out wedding invitations-- through the Internet. Online stationary service, Paperless Post, is becoming a popular way to design and send e-vites, according to the New York Times. The e-vites are personalized in many different colors, styles and motifs--from a red-white-and-blue Fourth of July theme to a beach pattern. Brides can save money with this service because the company operates on a sliding fee scale, and also allows for a personal experience with photos. An added bonus is that Paperless e-vites are completely environmentally friendly. A staffer for former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and companies like Zac Posen and Diane Von Furstenburg have already tried the trendy service. Find out more at www.paperlesspost.com.--MB