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More paper to finish off the day!

Like Figs & Ginger, Printerette Press was one of my favorite new discoveries in 2011. They didn’t disappoint in 2012, especially because they debuted their new wedding line! I loved the sweet illustrations.

Wednesday was one of my favorite new booths at the show this year, and its co-owner, Jessica, stood out for her smiley ways! I loved the blue gingham suite Cyn snapped, above.

The custom coasters at the Haute Papier booth caught my eye. These would be so perfect for favors – just scatter them on tables at cocktail hour!

These pretty patterned fabric totes were a new offering from Southern Weddings favorite Chewing the Cud this year. I think we need a whole wall of these in the SW office, don’t you? They’d be great for bridesmaid gifts, too!

Sugar Paper LA had the sweetest cards this year. I loved their minimalist style and use of pretty metallic foils!

These Southern instrument art prints from Wildhorse Press were awesome! Biscuits and banjos, anyone? The same prints also come in a notecard set!

The Permanent Collection had a few Southern-themed cards on display!

One Canoe Two is always one of my favorite booths – I wanted one of everything they had on display! I love the soft vintage colors so much. There was lots of tweeting going on at this booth :)

To finish for the day, I wanted to share with you the gorgeous Mr. Boddington’s Studio booth (love those giant paper flowers!) and my favorite new product that they debuted, their calligraphy marriage certificates. Such a beautiful keepsake to frame, and extremely reasonably priced, too – I can’t remember the exact amount, but I think it was about $30-$35. Love!

More tomorrow, friends!

As usual, a huge thank you to Cyn Kain for snapping all of these lovely photos!

Previously:
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Cyn Kain is a fabulous member of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

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As promised, I’m back with more paper goodness!

Our next stop was at the For Your Party booth. FYP is a great friend of Southern Weddings (we used their goodies in this shoot, among others!), and it was so fun to meet the people behind the scenes! Tip: Follow them on Twitter – they’ll often tweet 15% off discount codes!

East of India was displaying some fun typographic posters, which I thought would be neat either displayed at the reception or as a keepsake post-wedding.

Dauphine Press was by far one of our favorite booths – everything was so light and pretty and elegant! The paper cakes made out of their patterned paper were gorgeous, too.

This fun cocktail party invitation caught my eye at the Two Paper Dolls booth. I love the casualness of the fill-in style – wouldn’t it be perfect for an engagement party, or maybe a Jack and Jill shower?

This snappy gingham porker from William Arthur would be great for a casual BBQ rehearsal dinner.

The individual cupcake carriers from B.T. Elements were one of my favorite new products at the show. They came in such cute designs, and would be perfect for holding a favor at a bridal shower or bridesmaids’ luncheon! B.T.E. was sharing lots of other cute packaging, as well, including those bright candy or popcorn holders.

A huge thank you to Cyn Kain for snapping all of these images for me! I’ll be back with more soon!

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Cyn Kain is a fabulous member of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

emily Written with love by Emily
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  1. avatar Janna reply

    Love! I’m always looking for and sending sweet paper goodies to my friends and family! What person doesn’t love a snail mail happy showing up in their mailbox?! Such wonderful paper products- would love to attend that!

    • avatar Emily reply

      I couldn’t agree more, Janna! I’m a big fan of snail mail :)

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We mentioned it in last week’s Round-Up, but I think it deserves some additional attention here: Minted launched a slew of new designs last week! I LOVE Minted — love how chic their designs are, love how affordable their stationery suites are — so I thought I’d give them a little love in this week’s Paper Pick. A few of the pieces I’m crushing on right now:

All of these would be darling options for bridal showers, save the dates, or, of course, wedding invitations. Happy looking!

And one last thing! Today only, enter code WEDFEB10 on Minted’s site to take 10% off all wedding stationery!

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  1. avatar Meredith reply

    There’s just so much to love here!

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