Posts Tagged "paperless post"

Fresh from Finland: color, joy, and a brand-new collection of cards and invitations. Marimekko, the iconic design and fashion house, has brought their beloved patterns to Paperless Post. These bright palettes are perfect for a summer garden party—or should we say a little puutarhakutsut among the flowers.

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The British Guiana One-Cent Magenta is a singular object. Delicate and wisp-like yet striking in its color, it is the only surviving stamp of a limited run from 1856. Shrouded in more mystery than one might expect of a 26-millimeter-tall stamp, its story brings together an unlikely cast: a twelve-year-old schoolboy; an Austrian nobleman; a textile tycoon and his entrepreneurial widow; a collector who traveled the world with the stamp handcuffed to his wrist; and a convicted murderer who died in prison just four years ago. Rumor has it that a second surviving stamp surfaced in 1938, only to be burned to ash immediately upon purchase.

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Yesterday, we headed to the Paperless Post studio—a 19th-century townhouse on the Upper East Side—with stylist Kendra Smoot and photographer Chelsea McNamara for an all-day photo shoot of our 2014 wedding collection. 

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The studio of Dan Cassaro is a small-but-scrappy design practice in Brooklyn, NY with a focus on type, lettering, logo design, and powerful 70s rock and roll. We love his gravelly, retro aesthetic and his penchant for turning cheeky copy into bold type.

Dan will be giving a talk about on Monday, February 24th at Paperless Post HQ. (The event is free but an RSVP is required.)

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Introducing Paperless Post for the iPad

We’re thrilled to present to you the first Paperless Post feature film—all 67 glorious seconds of it. The star of our cinematic masterpiece is the first-ever Paperless Post app for iPad. Now you can browse, design, and track custom online cards and invitations with the swipe of a finger.

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Invitations are harbingers of the good times to come—conversations to be had and drinks to be spilled—and greeting cards celebrate our milestones and newest memories. Even a quick hello can be momentous.

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