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DM Paper Designs :: Paper Tales {Blog}

Here at DM Paper Designs, we often have the chance to collaborate with talented people for weddings and events. From event planners to florists, we love the inspiration that sparks when working together with other artistic minds.  Creating stationery for Dan and Callie took this idea to a whole new level.  Both the bride and groom are artists.  Applying their personal touches to the vision created by Kehrin at JetSetWed left their traditional-inspired wedding with an arty twist.  The incredible texture and look of the foiled invitation paired with a pecan barque envelope set the background for this amazing portrait of wedding wonder. 

From the groom's pottery to the bride's canvases, we were in awe of all of the personal, artistic touches. Here are a few of our favorite moments including the breathtaking pieces created by Signature Florals all captured thru the unique eye of Trenholm Photography.  This wedding felt like a masterpiece. There is even a behind the scenes look at our creative process captured by the bride herself.

Collaborating with calligrapher and artist Emily Merrill Collins for her sister's wedding in Naples just felt "write".  JetSetWed introduced us to Emily and her creative work laid the foundation for a gorgeous wedding design from A to Z.  Emily's calligraphy was incorporated in the designs from the Save the Dates and Invitations both featuring an amazing gold doiley lining and backing to the playful flamingo pattern that set the tone of whimsical, romatic fun for Amy and Brian's big day.  These ideas not only looked good on paper but they came to life through the gorgeous florals provided by Isn't She Lovely and amazing moments captured through the lens of Set Free Photography.  We're celebrating the publication of this incredible wedding in Southern Weddings by sharing a few of our favorite moments and creations for this unforgettable event.  This wedding had all the "write" things!

Talk about uncorking the creativity! DM Paper Designs was intoxicated with excitement in working with JetSetWed to create the day of wedding stationery for this gorgeous wine-themed wedding design for Vicki and Adam's big day. Whether it was the cork accents, the wine crate decor, or the playful spills of wine displayed in the stationery and accented in the florals by  Signature Florals, we loved every last sip of these details! Set Free Photographry captures the exquisite moments.

The 20’s was such a glamorous, sophisticated and magical time with romance in the air and change on the horizon. Brittany & Chris’s wedding came right out of the Roaring 20’s and was filled to the brim with romance & glamour. Taking inspiration from this fascinating time period their stationery suite combined the loveliest ribbon, the prettiest pearlized paper and the most dramatic graphics. Using mixtures of fonts and unique card stock configurations, their suite had a modern twist that wowed us all. F. Scott Fitzgerald put it perfectly “Can’t repeat the past..Why of course you can!”

Grab a cocktail and indulge in these pictures by Set Free Photography!

You can’t but fall in love with this couple. Her infectious smile, his loving eyes, just makes you wish you were invited to this wonderful celebration. We can’t help but fall in love with her regal, elegant, sophisticated stationery suite chock filled with the prettiest damask pattern and a pops of gold. And that Save the Date couldn’t be any cuter! These gorgeous images by Set Free Photography take this wedding to another level and the setting for this perfect wedding, in Miromar Lakes, just tops it all off!

Remember that song you used to sing when you were a child in the playground “Jane & John sitting in a tree, K I S S I N G”? Well, that’s all I keep thinking when Debra designed this beautiful stationery suite for Elizabeth & Terence. Taking inspiration from their wedding venue, Edison & Ford Winter Estates, we opted for a sophisticated yet simple and organic design. For their escort cards we utilized the famous Banyon tree that’s on the property & a landmark for the Estates. Hunter Ryan, yet again, left us speechless with breathtaking pictures of this stunning celebration!


We totally appreciate when a bride takes on the huge task of DIY’ing her entire wedding and scouting her friends and family to help make her and her future hubby’s dream come true; this bride is no exception. Michelle came to us with a vision of a shabby chic wedding with tons of charm and wanted her stationery to reflect this on-trend vision. By incorporating various textures, like lace & twine, using a specialty cardstock that is made to look like the wood on a tree and whimsical fonts, we have created an awesome stationery suite that reflects the bride’s vision. Take a look at all the cuteness from TRK Photography of Michelle & Derek’s big day!

Friday, 09 August 2013 17:04

Chandelier - Kayla and Justin's Papertale

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Having shared an office space with Jet Set Wed has led to endless opportunities for us to create fabulous stationery for Kehrin’s clients. Kayla & Justin were no exception. The inspiration for their invitations came from the chandelier that hung so beautifully in Kayla & Justin’s home and also Kayla’s love for pink! Moving forward with Kehrin’s elegant vision of this stationery suite, we were able to create timeless blush, black and charcoal pieces. Photographed by the talented Hunter Ryan Photo.

A bride’s imagination of what she envisions her big day to look like never ceases to amaze us. Kelsey came to us looking for nautical pieces with a vintage feel and wanted everything to look unique and glamed to the max. Much like her sister, Taylor who we featured here, she wanted to bring sophistication and something none of her guests have ever seen before. With a powerhouse team of vendors including Hunter Ryan Photo and Isn’t She Lovely Florals, this celebration will blow your anchored printed socks off!

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