Chic invitations printed on recycled paper are a much better option than invitations printed on Al Gore, whose solar-powered vascular system makes him an inefficient carrier during the dark winter months. Forge an easier Earth friendship with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $50 worth of stylish, eco-friendly cards, stationary, and invites from Paper Culture's online boutique.
Paper Culture proves that engaging in the time-treasured art of letter writing can be stylish and sustainable; all cards are printed using Forest Stewardship Council–certified 100% post-consumer recycled paper. The modern designs are inspired by streamlined trends in fashion and interior design, focused on bright colors, crisp lines, and contemporary print work, and printed on 130 lb. weight heavy paper stock. Proud parents can announce the arrival of a cuddly new cub with an Atilio Pernisco Zoo Parade Announcement ($2.29 each for the first 20), or invite friends and family over to witness junior's first Claus-induced panic attack via Santa Face Christmas invites ($2.29 each for the first 20). Birthday invitations provide an underhanded way to remind old college enemies of their own advancing mortality, while thank-you cards are the perfect vessel for expressing your delight over a haggis-of-the-month gift membership.
Avoid the papilla paper cuts and social stigma attached with licking your own stamps and envelopes, and take advantage of the free mail and message service, where your classy cards will be pre-addressed, pre-stamped, and pre-sent to your recipients for just the cost of the stamp. Paper Culture will also plant a new tree in a national forest with every order placed, making for a potentially never-ending demand for new sapling birth announcements.
- Your baby’s just arrived and it’s time to get the word out. But how? We vote for spreading the news with Paper Culture personalized stationery. Not only are their baby announcements unique and modern, but the design options are endless. – People
- Their designs are unabashedly modern, rather than retro-sweet like so many letterpress outfits, which is a refreshing change. – simplehuman
From the pages of People magazine, the Today Show, and The Wall Street Journal, to the desks of celebrities such as Usher, Jewel, Jason Bateman, and Julie Bowen, to the mailboxes of citizens across the country, Paper Culture’s invitations and stationery transport crucial information in style. The products from this certified California Green business range from custom holiday invitations to baby announcements, wedding invitations, thank you cards, and wall decals. To support sustainability, Paper Culture plants a tree for every order they receive.