You've Got Mail

Temperatures are rising, which means it’s the perfect time to have a pool party. As the summer season hits its peak, it’s easy to start imagining the perfect partyfun floats, yummy treats, cool drinks and plenty of friends. 

But before you can put out the tiki torches and make the perfect playlist, you first have to send out the invitations.
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I like to think of the invitation as a way to set the tone before the party even starts. Days or weeks before the event, you can help your friends get in a luau state of mind before the actual 
kick-off of your epic pool party.
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Invitations are even easier to send now with Paperless Post because their digital cards go straight to your guests without having to worry about finding a mailbox or stamps. And on top of how easy they are to send and receive, they’re also eco-friendly and super stylish with 
options from some of my favorite designers like

Pool parties aren’t the only hot ticket this season. Summer is also one of the most popular times to have a wedding thanks to beautiful weather and endless flowers in bloom. Weddings mean lots of celebrations with engagement parties, bridal showers, lingerie showers and bachelorette parties. 
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One great way to keep the theme of the wedding throughout each event is to use coordinating stationary. From the moment the invitation arrives to the moment the bride says I do, the spirit of the occasion can touch each guest by selecting save-the-dates, invitations and thank you notes that match the wedding theme.   

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Birthday parties are sprinkled throughout the year, giving us a chance to celebrate our favorite people. Have a birthday party for your bestie on the horizon? 
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You can think pink with a chichi dress, balloons, confetti…and of course the perfect invitation.

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Sometimes you don’t need a party or a holiday as a reason to send a card. In a world of spam emails, online payments and never ending to-do lists, our inboxes quickly overflow with the mundane. Why not take the chance to brighten someone’s day with a pretty emailed note? 
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It’s like a dash of sunshine on a cloudy day 
or getting flowers in your mailbox.

Meg Ryan’s character, Kathleen Kelly, said it best in 
the movie You’ve Got Mail:
I turn on my computer. I wait impatiently as it connects. I go online, and my breath catches in my chest until I hear three little words: You've got mail. I hear nothing. Not even a sound on the streets of New York, just the beating of my own heart. I have mail. From you.

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Though we may not have the charming ding of AOL’s classic mail sound effect anymore, the power of knowing you've got mail can still ring loud and clear.
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What will you say today? Perhaps a little helloI’m thinking of youor I love you? No matter the words, there’s sure to be a card or invitation from Paperless Post to help you send the perfect message.

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