We’re so thrilled to introduce our new sponsor, Postable! Not just because it’s always exciting to add a new sponsor to the Once Wed team, but because what Postable does is truly helpful, inventive, and affordable!
Postable aims to help you with one of the most daunting tasks associated with getting married- writing and sending thank you notes. From engagement and shower gifts to wedding presents, you’re going to be responsible for writing hundreds of thank you cards over the length of your engagement and wedding. Postable helps you by collecting mailing addresses and contacts into one place so that they’re organized and easy to access. You also use Postable to write the cards themselves! You write a specific note to each person thanking them, in one of 12 realistic fonts that will make your notes look handwritten. They affix postage and send them off for you once you’re done writing!
By collaborating with card designers like Rifle Paper Co. and Fawnsberg, Postable has collected a large selection of beautiful designer cards for you to choose from. Each card is printed on100% cotton, tree-free, paper or 100% post consumer recycled paper.
Another fantastic thing about Postable is that every card is $2.00 and that includes the postage to send it. You can’t get more affordable than that!
We really can’t stop gushing about our new sponsor after reading and playing with the website. Please visit Postable today and see how easy, stylish, and fun writing thank you cards can be!
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