Real Simple Teams Up With Punchbowl To Offer Digital Greeting Cards

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Start to finish party planning site and digital greeting card company Punchbowl has announced a technology-licensing agreement with magazine Real Simple to allow the publication’s readers to create and send free digital greeting cards for all occasions. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

As we’ve written in the past, Punchbowl’s platform allows users to create beautiful online invitations and most recently, digital greeting cards. The startup also provides tools that let you find supplies, organize an after party, set a date, track RSVPs, and much more.

Real Simple’s Punchbowl Digital Greeting Cards come with folded designs, matching envelopes, realistic postmarks, and the mailopening experience. The cards can be personalized with accents such as envelope liners, custom postage, and rubber stamps.

Today, Punchbowl is also debuting online holiday cards for businesses, where companies can upload their logo for seasonal greetings.