Children’s party invitations – now a piece of cake

Paperless Post Kids party invitationsIs it strange to be excited that an online correspondence site has just introduced children’s invitations? Because I am. Downright giddy, in fact.



I’ve professed my love of Paperless Post before and now that there’s a whole new set of designs available (it’s their new Children’s Collection! Did I mention yet how excited that makes me?), I may just have to throw a bunch of parties for my kids so I can try them out.


These beautiful paperless invitations are perfect for eco-conscious and style-conscious moms, alike. Featuring ballet-dancing-hippos, retro popsicles, bunny slippers, zoo animals, and a host of other whimsical and classic designs, these gorgeous e-cards will now impress even the youngest party guests.



And they’ll save time and money (and trees!) because joining Paperless Post is absolutely free and perfectly easy. You’ll even get 25 “stamps” to send the first 25 invites free when you join, and buying more is simple and cheaper than the real thing -  20 stamps, for example, costs $4 and 150 stamps costs $10.

It costs more than the free ecard sites, but then, in our experience, Paperless Post ecards demand to be opened – and responded to.

I think what I love most about these online invitations is that they let me send cool, classy, custom correspondence (holy alliteration!) to my friends, yet they’re a piece of cake to create.

Cake. Mmmm. Thank goodness I have so many parties in my future. -Stephanie

Special offer for CMP readers: Sign up for Paperless Post through this link, and get 35 free stamps instead of 25!

Stephanie S.

Stephanie Slate is an Ontario-based writer, crunchy mom, and celebrity stroller expert. And no, she does not say "eh."

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