• Tips on Choosing Bridal Accessories with Cloe Noel Designs

    Meet Kim Ortiz, the designer and owner of Cloe Noel Designs in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. She designs bespoke bridal accessories in her home studio. Her specialties are one-of-a-kind rhinestone bridal cuffs, couture bridal clutches, and wedding hair accessories, all designed from gorgeous beaded bridal trims and embellishments that are sourced around the world. She loves using lace, pearls, and rhinestone embellishments on all of her collections. Brides who look for dreamy, romantic, unique pieces love her work!
  • What Insert Cards are Needed with your Wedding Invitations

    You've successfully mailed Save-The-Dates to your guests and now working on finalizing your wedding invitations. RSVP cards are always included in your wedding stationery, but other insert cards will provide important information that your guests need to know about your event. What insert cards are needed? What information should be included? Continue reading for some quick tips on invitation insert card etiquette.
  • Save-The-Date Quick Tips

    Congratulations! You said YES and now it's time to convince your guests to do the same! We know you're excited to order your invitations but first things first. When plans are set in stone, announce your wedding date with a save-the-date card.

    Although the team at PAPER & LACE looks forward to designing your invitations, we are aware some of our clientele love getting crafty. Besides, handmade invitations crafted by the bride are extra special because you took the time to make them yourself. DIY Laser Cut invitations have been available in our shop for quite some time but we have good news! The Do-It-Yourself section is expanding! Now, you can dress up your own invitations with our beautiful Lace BELLY BANDS!
  • 5 Reasons Why You Should Hire A Wedding Planner

    We love sharing our favorite local vendors as we connect with them. Recently, we shared beautiful photos from a styled shoot inspired by Beauty and the Beast. Meet the master mind that was behind the scenes and even in front of the camera, Bettina Benizri, owner of Busy Bee's Events.
  • 5 Steps to Mailing Wedding Invitations

    You finally received your dream stationary and now you are ready to mail them out. Not so fast!! With all that time and money it took you to select the perfect design you wouldn't want your invitations to be ruined or returned to you for insufficient postage. We broke it down and provided a step-by-step guide to prevent you from making common mailing mistakes. Follow our advice so your invitations arrive to your guests in tact and on time.
  • Beauty and the Beach: A Fairytale Inspired Wedding

    When Bettina from Busy Bee Events asked us to be a part of this fairytale inspired photoshoot, we just could not resist. Every detail from the red rose in the glass dome to Peanut the Pomeranian posing as the Teacup was beautifully captured by Claudia Rios Photography at the Tideline Resort in Palm Beach, Florida.

    Finding the perfect vendors for your special day can be a bit challenging, to say the least, so we'd love to share our favorite local talents as we connect with them. We've recently reconnected with the inspiring makeup artist, Natasha Russo, the owner of Tashy Marie Makeup from South Florida.

    PAPER & LACE is based in Florida but that doesn’t stop us from handcrafting stationery for beautiful brides across the globe! We’ve proudly served brides from all over the US, Canada, Australia, Thailand, just to name a few… Today’s wedding feature comes from New York City. We’re so delighted Amanda, Founder & President of AKR Public Relations, and Robert, Executive at UBS Private Wealth Management Division, chose us to play a part with the opportunity to be featured in Inside Wedding magazine!
  • 5 Basics To Wording Wedding Invitations

    The wedding is at least 6 months out and now you’re ready to order your invitations, but you have no idea how to word them! “Less is more” so the best thing to do with wedding invitation wording is keeping it simple. More than likely, your guests will skim over the invitation and absorb the most important pieces of information. Save time by including these basics and use your creative energy elsewhere.