In a world of mass-production, Sweet Peach Paper brings you uncommonly custom paper for all your wedding, announcement and social wants. Located in Dallas, Texas and available for distributing these lil' peachy papers worldwide.
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We’re so excited for the Olympics over here at SPP. Cooking up sliders with American cheese - GO TEAM USA! - and frying up some Olympic onion rings. What are you doing to celebrate the games? 

How perfect is this Kate Spade bracelet? Thanks NGJ for the post!

We celebrated my husband’s birthday and ordination service in May with lots of friends, the grill, and games on our front lawn. Of course, I have zero photos of the party because I was loony bins with a three month old and a house full of people, but the evening was so much fun!

The A7 invitation features mustard and pool colors (about as masculine as I can get), with big, bold, block lettering. A separate insert card gives extra details and the mustard envelope is finished off with a wrap around address label (per usual). Sometimes, I think I look for an excuse to throw a shindig, just for the chance to send out invitations. Tee hee.

Celebrating the lovely McKenzie Griffin today. These little coral happies feature a recipe and blessings card for guests to fill out and bring with their gift for McKenzie’s kitchen. How cute!

{ Photo taken with Instagram }

I’ve been busy having a baby! That’s right. My husband, Paul, and I welcomed our sweet little girl into the world on February 15th. 

Our little Ann Elise. 8lbs. 14oz. 21 inches. Hello world!

So, while I’m hanging out with this precious munchkin, I’ll be taking a break from the lovely world of Sweet Peach Paper. In May, Sweet Peach Paper will be back in action with a new website, a new line of party invitations, and taking custom wedding orders. Can’t wait to see y’all in May!

Until then, here’s another pic of my punkin.

{ If you’re really jonesing to get your hands on some SPP goods, send me an email, and we’ll see if we can work something out. }

Georgia and Scott’s beautiful (and when I say beautiful, it’s because I can’t think of a word one hundred times better to describe this event in justice) South Carolina wedding is featured on Style Me Pretty’s blog today … Along with some Sweet Peach Paper goodies.

SPP had the privilege of designing Georgia and Scott’s Save the Date and tags for the guest’s favors at the wedding. What a treat to be among such talented vendors like Laura Hooper Calligraphy and Chocolate Butterbean!

Georgia and one of her bridesmaids, Amy Allen, another Sweet Peach Paper bride.

{ Photos courtesy of the very talented Melissa Schollaert Photography and the bride. For more photos of Georgia & Scott’s wedding day, check out Melissa’s blog posts, Part I and Part II. What a beautiful day! }

There’s nothing better than opening your mailbox to find a handwritten note inside. Are you planning on sending out Valentine’s this year?  

On January 22, 2012, the USPS Postage rates went up, which means new stamp designs! (All stamp nerds raise your hands now).

Brides, for your save the dates, thank you cards, and reply cards, a 45 cent stamp is the ticket. If your wedding invitation suite is over 2-ounces (invitation, reply card with envelope, and enclosures), make sure you use a 65 cent stamp. And for all postcards (favorite!), use a 32 cent stamp.

For more stamp designs and a detailed rate change guide, visit Beyond the Perf. Happy snail-mailing!

1. Weather Vanes; 2. Love Ribbons; 3. Butterfly; 4. William H. Johnson; 5. Wedding Cake.

On a chilly Friday night in January, my dear friend Jon proposed to his girlfriend - now fiance! - Abby. The night was, literally, perfect.

Once the magic moment happened, Jon yelled out “She said YES!” and the two headed down to the lake house dock, where every one anxiously had been waiting to celebrate our newly engaged friends!

After squeals, hugs, champagne, laughing and crying, we all headed back up to the house to start the real party. I was so excited to get to add some papery goodness to the scene!

Two of my favorites :).

The man who captured the night so beautifully, Mr. Hot Glasses Himself, Shaun Menary.

Congratulations to the cutest couple around. I HEART the soon-to-be Wassons!

{ all photos courtesy of Shaun Menary. Amazing streamers by The Natalie Jagers. }

In the words of the SW Mag ladies themselves, “It’s gooder than grits, y’all!” Sweet Peach Paper is featured on the ever-lovely Southern Weddings Magazine blog this week. Turner and Forrest’s Mobile, Alabama wedding was abeautiful evening … You must click on the post (part I and part II) to see the pictures!

Congratulations Turner and Forrest! You were a blessing to work with.

More to come on the blog soon (yes, for real this time). Maternity leave begins in February, and Sweet Peach Paper will be back and better than ever in Spring 2012!

It’s that time of year again. Love is in the air, the birds are singing, flowers are blooming, and people are gettin’ hitched … Which means presents, presents, presents!

I love to give a great gift but am trying to retrain my brain to know that great does not have to equal pricey. With the plethora of showers and weddings we’ve been attending lately, I’ve been jonesing for a solution to making something affordable extra special. A dear friend gave me the sweet - pun intended - inspiration I needed over lunch this past week.

If there’s one thing we love in Georgia, its sweet tea. So, starting with this pretty and affordable pitcher from the couple’s registry, I got to work.

I designed a recipe card for steeping tea and a recipe for simple syrup, as well as a little tag with the couple’s last name initial as the tea tag. These were printed out on Crane’s Lettra, and affixed to a bag of peach tea with some raffia to make the tea bag complete. 

Put all this inside the pitcher and voila! The iPhone photos just don’t do it justice. Its pretty adorable. Do you have any great ideas for making shower gifts a little something extra special? 

Working on blog updates and ( fingers crossed ) a new website soon. Check back!

I was going through some old pictures the other day, trying to clean out the garbage that has collected in my iPhoto, and I stumbled across a bachelorette invitation I made for my nearest and dearest, Amanda Banks - I mean, Amanda Vessels - when she was getting married.

Apparently, the invitation craze was stirring two years ago. If I remember correctly, I printed these off at work (sorry HPPC) and had my first love/hate relationship with envelope liners. 

For a girl who didn’t know what she was doing, I’d say these turned out pretty okay :).

I can hardly believe that its two years later, Amanda and I were both one another’s Maids of Honor and now, Mandy has a baby. Time goes by SO FAST and the Lord is SO GOOD.