Anna Bond became the darling of the stationery world overnight when she launched the beloved Rifle Paper Co. with her husband. Since 2008, her hand-painted illustrations of flora, fauna, and storybook characters have graced everything from home goods to apparel—not to mention a couple million iPhone cases.
Her latest collaboration, Rifle Paper Co. for Paperless Post, marks a milestone for the brand and its devotees: for the first time, Anna’s signature artwork is a fully customizable collection of wedding suites, invitations, stationery, and holiday cards. Now your party invitations can match your phone (and your posters, LeSportsac bags, fairytale books, wrapping paper, temporary tattoos, wallpaper—just to name a few). Once you’ve found a design that pairs beautifully with your dinner or baby shower, use our online design tool to edit the type and layout. With photo invitation options, you can even place a favorite portrait among the blossoms—perfect for kids’ parties, but a lovely option for graduation parties, anniversaries, and other milestones, too. Bond’s old favorites and new creative explorations are all here for online delivery—whether it’s her classic “Birch Monarch” print or her new trip through the “Herb Garden.”
Rifle Paper Co. wedding invitations—once the most coveted Rifle paper good that was painted to order by Anna herself and priced accordingly—are now available for all Paperless Post users to customize on their own. Add a few more bouquets to your romantic and rustic wedding with wedding suites (including save the date, wedding invitation, RSVP card, insert, menu, program, and thank you note) decorated in lush garlands. Using our online design tool, you can add your names, choose your favorite fonts and a font color that matches your palette, and send out your very own Rifle wedding invitations online. Planning your wedding has never been easier with tools for mailing address collection, RSVP tracking, and guest messaging.
After the event—be it your big day or any other day—send a thank you note on personalized Rifle stationery and make every note you letter as welcome as a hand-delivered bouquet. Who says you don’t send flowers anymore?