Paper Culture Baby Announcement Review

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A few weeks ago I was given the opportunity to review for free Paper Culture Baby Announcements. My kids are older now, way past the baby stages. We didn’t have the time to create baby announcements when they were born. I had our youngest 3 kids within 3 years, from 2006 to 2009 and we did a PCS move for the Air Force during that time. Baby Announcements was far from our priorities during that time. If I had known how easy creating beautiful Baby Announcements were I would have done this a long time ago. I love looking through old baby announcements that my Great Grandma made for my Grandma as a baby. There are many colorful designs to choose from, and the steps are easy to work with. Just select the design you want, upload your photo, and enter the text about your little one. They give many options, simple ones and areas on the announcements for you to add poems or more details. I was given the opportunity to make two sets of cards, one for my now 5 year old and one for my now 3 year old daughter. Paper Culture sent me the proofs via email to make sure that everything I created was the way I wanted them. They arrived within a few days after I approved the final draft. I was impressed by the quality, they are not thin cards, but quality thick paper and the announcements are amazing.




Beyond its focus on modern design, Paper Culture makes a tangible commitment to the environment

– Paper Culture plants a tree with EVERY order (planted over 300,000 trees to date)- we dedicated one for my Grandma Ola.

– Cards and envelopes are made from 100% post consumer recycled paper (so no new trees are cut down to produce your cards or envelopes)

– Paper Culture offsets it’s entire carbon footprint

It’s also the service that make Paper Culture unique

– Paper Culture uses 130 lb, 17 pt paper (compare that with most other providers who use 110lb paper that is about 13-15 pt thick)

– Paper Culture has a FREE Mailing & Addressing service called Mail & Message where it will stamp, address and mail your cards for FREE. You pay only the actual cost of the stamp. There’s no other major service that has this free option.

– All of Paper Culture’s cards and address labels feature free rounded corners

– 1000’s of designs available on the site, all with a distinctive modern aesthetic

– Everything is backed by a 100% Customer Satisfaction Guarantee

Look who else is talking about Paper Culture

–       Paper Culture has been featured in publications like Real Simple, People, Martha Stewart, the Wall Street Journal, Parenting and dozens of others.

–       Paper Culture has been used by celebrities such as Jewel, Toby Maguire, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, Kerri Walsh, etc.

I am so satisfied with these cards that I will be buying some for my older two children and using these in our family scrapbook.


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