Monday, July 12, 2010

Announcing: L&H for Paperless Post!

I'm so excited to announce that Paperless Post has asked me to be part of their Design Series, coming this fall! From September 15 to January 15, Linda & Harriett will have a line of online Save the Dates, Invitations and Holiday Cards on Paperless Post. Expect to see designs from our archived collection, as well as brand new ones. Having taken a step back from custom work, I'm thrilled to have my work take on a new life, not to mention accessible to so many more people.

You know I love the paper stuff, but we all have parties or announcements that are easier, faster and cheaper to send online. And before PP, our options for online invitations were pretty lame. Maybe I'm pickier than most, but they honestly made me cringe. I remember the first time I received an invitation via Paperless Post & I literally thought to myself, Why didn't I think of this?! They have changed the way I look at and think about online invitations. They're not tacky, anymore! Paperless Post is hands down the way to send online invitations. Clearly, I'm a PP fan (and a user), so I'm particularly excited & honored to have teamed up with them!

So - do you know Paperless Post? Do you use it? I'd love to get your opinion - what kinds of online save the dates, invitations or holiday cards would you send this fall? Or be interested in sending from L&H? Cocktail parties? Holiday Parties? Halloween? Thanksgiving? New Years? Holiday Cards? I'd love to hear what you think!

7 comments:

Will @ Bright.Bazaar said...

Oh, wow! How exciting. Congratulations! I didn't know about Paperless Post, but will head over and check them out now.

P.S. Being new to your work, it's great to see that snap of some of your older works.

size too small said...

i've never heard of it but i'll def. check it out- how exciting!

Meghan said...

Congrats! I've heard of PP, but haven't used it yet (because I haven't thrown a party in awhile, not because I didn't like it!). I'd definitely use it for holiday parties– Halloween, Christmas, New Years. Woo, can't wait to see what you have in store for us!

Tommy said...

Great news, Liz! I could definitely see using this type of service for a casual dinner party with friends.

christine said...

never heard of it; i'm more familiar with evite. but love that there is a non-ugly online invite site. it's too bad your designs will only be there for a limited time, though.

Nancy said...

Exciting for you, but sad to hear this. I remember when someone had copied your handwritten wedding design. When you look at the designs at paperless post, you will see alot of invites that look alarmingly like ones created by others.

Liz Libré said...

Nancy-

I still fight that battle (as recently as last week from a very prominent online dealer) so I'm pretty keenly aware of this sensitive issue & I just don't agree based on my experience as a PP customer and affiliate.

Liz