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Haute off the Press: Haute Papier

I will be the first to say, I think this is absolutely divine!  I love how well thought out and intricate the designs are.  All of the “stock” sets from Le Catalogue are available in flat or letterpress, which allows you to add extra embellishment (or not) to your favorite design.  What is even more thoughtful, is that each set is named after an acclaimed romantic author.  The Couture line takes inspiration from the clients’ wedding themes and creates a wonderful paper experience!  What was even more enthralling than the designs were the awesome bios of the creator and president of the company– Sarah and Erin.

 

 

From the Catalogue line:

 

 

Browning— A beautiful damask invitation and wedding paper set.

 

 

Emerson– A lovely swirl invitation and wedding paper set.

 

I was so very impressed by their couture lines; I think you will be too!

From the Couture line:

Amy—  made from Thai silk with a “Chinese frog” door handle design

 

Jessicaa Save the Date made from a vintage postcard from Washington DC. 

 

MarissaWedding invitation set made from a gorgeous baroque design with papers of various luxurious colors and textures.

 

Nicole Wedding invitation set made of Thai silk with a design that opens like french doors.  Rich in color, texture and embellishments.

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  • I love Haute Papier and have known Sarah since the company started. I can personally attest to her creativity and attention to detail. She is always creating something new and beautiful. You can’t beat those silk invitations! Just gorgeous!

    November 27, 2008 at 12:00 am
  • I just love these. Very couture!

    November 30, 2008 at 1:59 am

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