Paperless Post users are about to get the one production option they thought they’d never receive: paper. The online invitations and stationery maker announced Monday that it is launching a printed stationery business called PAPER by Paperless Post.
PaperlessPost.com, which uses a cloud-base service to design and supervise the distribution, now allows you to create a card and have it printed. Customers can still choose to make a strictly digital card, or even opt to do both.
Starting as a premium product, clients can choose between “two thicknesses of card stock (120-pound and 250-pound,” according to TechCrunch. Pricing begins at $1.50 a card, and includes the envelope and liner.
“PAPER is giving users an option of ordering invites one at a time, so event organizers will eventually be able to create a service whereby guests get emailed invites, but can request printed invites as mementos or keepsakes,” TechCrunch reports.
Launching in 2009, the company currently has 1.5 million registered users, and has sent out invites to 30 million more.