Catching up with Paper Truly!

It’s been a busy month around here, and we’re still working out a few little details as we say goodbye to the one•little•m branding.  So, rather than do our regular advice and insight blog this week, we wanted to be sure you were caught up with Paper Truly. Here are a few of the things we’ve been writing about lately:

Stress Less with Exciting Inviting – You’ve got a lot to plan. We can help make it easier.

RSVPlease! – Ever wonder what RSVP’s and chewing gum have in common? It’s pretty surprising! Get better responses with these practical tips.

DIY Doesn’t Mean Go It Alone! – You’ll hear us say this a lot, and it’s true. You want to tell a story with every detail of your wedding, and we want to make you the hero of that story.

Making Moments – Some reflections on what it is that we really do. Invitations and paper creations are important, but there’s something greater behind every project.

Creating a Company – A brief history of one•little•m/Paper Truly (along with a blatant name tease at the end – just couldn’t help ourselves!)

We’ve also added a bunch of new products, like the laser-cut silhouette ornament, the Goonies-inspired pirate-themed party invite, a cute giraffe birthday set, and several themed thank you notes.

In the future, we’ll be highlighting new products, giving practical advice, musing about life and business, and, most importantly, telling the stories of our brides! If you’re a one•little•m/Paper Truly bride past or present and you want to have your story featured, contact us! And finally, to get advice, insights, and new products delivered straight to your inbox, subscribe for email updates. We’re just getting started!

Posted by Jon / filed under: Behind the Scenes

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Melissa & Jon Meek
Owners

We love sharing the behind the scenes about our business. Relationships are important to us, and sharing our stories allows us to connect with fans and customers on a personal level, while providing expert advice on invitations and other paper creations.