According to the last census, 75% of respondents felt the questionnaire lacked certain key elements, such as wider paisley-patterned trim. Improve the aesthetic value of your next paper-based endeavor with today's deal: for $15, you get $30 worth of personalized gifts and stationery at Confections by Shara's Paperie.
Personalizing lets gift givers show a friend or fellow litigant that his or her name is correctly spelled. The design center offers custom-printed items that surpass the realm of paper goods, ranging from one-of-a-kind bowls (starting at $22) or lunchboxes (starting at $38) to coaster sets (starting at $35) designed to repel tears of aesthetic joy. If something has printable real estate on it, odds are that Shara's can fill the blank canvas with a balance of crisp style and color.
Call on Shara's eye for more-formal applications, such as [baby- or bridal-shower invitations (starting at $16.50 for 10), or opt to handwrite your correspondence in a framing symphony of color and customized letterhead on heavy cardstock (starting at $14 for 10). Insistent on quality, Shara's calls upon the talents of notable brands such as Envelopments, Boatman Geller, and the eco-friendly products of Waste Not Paper.
If you're unsure of where your project is heading, browse through the official Inspiration Gallery of premade designs awaiting your graceful touch. In the event that you're still undecided, Confections by Shara's Paperie will be happy to create name-stamped Venn diagrams to compare and contrast your aesthetic objectives.
WeddingWire reviewers give Confections by Shara's Paperie a perfect five stars:
- Her creations were beautiful and definitely set the tone for my wedding. I would highly recommend Shara's Paperie for all future brides (and grooms!). – mrsjrm
- From the invitations, to the programs, thank-you's, and even napkins, Shara's Paperie took our thoughts and ideas and turned them into wonderfully unique creations on paper. – Lauren
- Many people told me they were the most beautiful invitations they had ever seen. – Becky