Cheree Berry Paper - Invites So Exquisite You'll Plan a Soiree Just to Send 'Em

As you know by now, I am a letter writer, card sender, note lover and stationery fiend.

Recently my stash of notecards had become drastically low, due to all the celebratory events  and excitement (Welcome Baby! Happy New Home! Congratulations on the New Job!), and thank you notes for a variety of occasions (including dinner's out, gifts received, and introductions made). 

And where are all my invitations? It's only the middle of July and I've still got a whole summer of soirees planned (if you're reading this, save the date - July 29, August 5, 14 and 27).

Not being able to find anything of satisfaction in stores nearby, I went online to search out inspo for designs that I can share with family, friends, colleagues and associates.

I found it all at Cheree Berry Paper out of St. Louis, Missouri.

Boxed Notecards showcase a range of original, whimsical designs from wonderful graphics (Grassy Lawn), to cool notes Abbi and Ilana of Broad City would approve of (Thankzzzz). And because you always need stunning and sophisticated on hand, they've got you covered there too (Thanks Floral).  p.s. They also offer more designs in For The Ladies section.

But it really doesn't get much better than personalized stationery.

I sampled a number of different breathtaking designs:

- Envelopes with grey lining with gold foil stamped dots, black watercolour cheetah-like spots, sharp black and white stripes, curtains of embossed necklaces, a trellis in pretty yellow and white. seafoam bamboo print, stunning green dahlias, and crisp salmon lattice

- Letterpress cards made of thick, sturdy, cardstock embellished with rounded corners, elegant monograms, fetching hand calligraphy, names written in gold, lined with floral borders, blind debossed tidy print, thinly outlined typeface, outfitted with a bee, painted edge, and couples names stamped out in classic type. There's real heft to these works of art.

And they really are works of art. This is paper to have and to hold. To run your fingers over and even possibly frame. The quality is exquisite. So much so, you'll be tempted to throw a bash just so you can send out the invites. It's no wonder corporations such as Stuart Weitzman, Mary Kay and the owners of the NFL have chosen Cheree Berry Paper to create their invitations.

You really can customize your letterpress cards to your style:

Blushing Beauty is sophisticated and intricate
I Heart U playful designs are full of love
So Sweet shows your love of all things flora and fauna
Hooray for Ombré is on fleek, but still graceful enough to send to the in-laws
Birds of a Feather is no flight of fancy.
- And Vintage Tri-Fold (pictured above) was made for modern, urban dwellers like me (don't be surprised if this is my wedding invite).

The process is easy. Simply complete to inquiry form to request pricing. You'll receive a pricing proposal that includes the base price as well as optional add-ons. Once you approve it, they'll send a design agreement to you along with a project timeline of when to expect proofs and the final product.Then Cheree Berry Paper works on the designs. PDF proofs are emailed to you. 

And how cool is this? While you are free to have the invites and cards sent to you to stuff, stamp and mail yourself, they also offer to  do this for you. 

No matter how joyous an occasion, there is a lot of choices to make and planning to be done. Make choosing your notecards and invitations a breeze by shopping the simply divine Cheree Berry Paper right now.

Stephanie Dickison

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