September 24, 2012
Kate Spade for Paperless Post
An irresistible invitation for the spunky fashion house
By Nancy Staab
Add a dash of Kate Spade panache to your party with new, digital Kate Spade invitations that can be customized and sent via Paperless Post.
OK, etiquette queen Emily Post may say that printed invitations are always de riguer but in this age of multi-tasking mobility on simultaneous multiple platforms, paper invites may be a tad quaint and also glacial in pace. When you want to send a proper invite via email but with all the panache of custom letterpress and even a matching foil-lined “envelope,” look no further than PaperlessPost. 4 million users strong, this site puts the posh into digital invitations. Its stable of designer stationery collections include renowned calligrapher Bernard Maisner for your formal soiées to John Derian’s collection for something more vintage, and many more options in-between.
Now Paperless Post has added Kate Spade New York to the fold, with an exclusive collection of online notecards and stationary in over 75 designs. And they are as colorful, cute and punchy as Kate Spade is known for, with “signature stripes, playful prints, clever quips and all that glitters” according to the press release. Send a whimsical “Eat Cake for Breakfast” card anytime or maybe “Here Comes Trouble” for a baby shower (or wedding to an errant groom?) and let’s not forget the classic “Fruitcake” for the holidays.
Log on to www.paperlesspost.com and let the digital invites proliferate and post.