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