In our email age, old-fashioned written correspondence is a refreshing throwback, like drinking a soda made with real sugar or watching the president hand someone a sword. Write a thank-you note to the past with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of greeting cards and more from the Pear Tree Greetings online shop.
Regardless of the special occasion you want to commemorate, Pear Tree holds you safely under its branches with affordable, customizable cards for holidays, births, birthdays, graduations, weddings, and more. Upload your favorite photos to Pear Tree’s website and choose from a plethora of designs, sizes, and card types. Get a head start on your greeting-card duties with Pear Tree’s wide-ranging selection, including personalized thank you notes, graduation invitations, save the date cards, and recycled options. All cards are printed on 100-pound matte card stock made from 100% post-consumer materials, making them keepsake worthy. You’ll receive your cards within four to nine business days after you order, including two days for processing time. Let Pear Tree help you celebrate Halloween 2011 early, or announce your child's college graduation and simultaneous loss of first baby tooth.
Pear Tree Greetings
The whimsical rhymes and quirky cartoons coloring most greeting cards are occasionally amusing, but their stock sentiments and broad jokes engender little intimacy. Pear Tree Greetings curates a deeper connection by stocking an online store with hundreds of customizable greeting-card designs, nearly all of which are constructed from 100% post-consumer materials. Uploaded photos personalize traditional cards or unconventional booklets shaped like strings of holiday lights, which landed Pear Tree in the pages of the Wall Street Journal. Cards come printed on a 100-pound matte card stock that can be coupled with magnets, napkins, and address labels celebrating birthdays, graduations, and weddings. Since there’s no charge for double-side printing, graduation announcements can easily detail party logistics and wedding invitations can list the funniest things to shout when the officiant asks if anyone has objections.