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Hey all you bride-to-bes out there, if you want your wedding to jump straight into the new millennium (when was the last time you heard that phrase? You're welcome), toss out stuffy old traditions like mail, and hop on the paperless train. Paperless Post now does weddings. And, actually, you don't have to jettison all traditions for your big day: You can send matching save-the-dates at least by both snail and e-mail. [Paperless Post]