Oscar de la Renta Goes Paperless

By  May 08, 2013

Your stationery just received a chic upgrade courtesy of Oscar de la Renta. The designer created 50 original wedding designs for his new partnership with Paperless Post, an exclusive collection of stationery with engraving and letter pressing options launched today— for both print and digital.

“Oscar de la Renta was our first choice for this project—his work is never overly demure or girly,” James Hirschfeld said, Paperless Post’s CEO and cofounder. “And there is almost a statement in each piece.”

The stationery draws inspiration directly from the designer’s colorful worldview and consummate entertaining style, his home in Punta Cana and most importantly, the Fall 2013 bridal and ready to wear collection, according to a press release. The invitations will showcase the designer’s delicate laces: Chantilly, Alencon, and guipure.

Wedding designs are just the beginning; de la Renta has plans to move into children’s invitations, general entertaining, and personal stationary through 2013.

Invitations can be filled out on paperlesspost.com to be delivered electronically or printed out on card stock or cotton paper.  Electronic cards cost $0.25 apiece, flat-printed cards start at $1 and fine crafted cards are priced at $1.58.

We’ve got the invites, all we need is the wedding, er, and the groom, but who’s keeping track?