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{Papier Tuesday} Luscious Verde

I am a paperphile. 


When I saw Luscious Verde online, I was so impressed with the designs and concepts of their invitations.  When i was blessed enough to receive samples, well, it was pretty much over for me.  I am in love with Luscious Verde’s work!  Just look at the name—that in itself is pure fabulousness.




The modern elegance is a breath fo fresh air to some of the constantly overplayed designs that have saturated the stationery market as of late.  The heavy stock, classic designs, and handcrafted touches make you feel like you are holding a work of art instead of a mere wedding invitation.  They are all so refined—perfect for the couple who wants their personality to shine through.  Luckily for you, they are carried in several retail outlets across the country for you to see these gorgeous invites in person. But definitely take a moment to get to know the wonderful ladies at LV. As a mom, I loved their story, as well as the way they give back each month to the community.  Moreover, in addition to their recycling and giving back efforts, they have developed HOOT—which creates the most dynamic designs with post-consumer waste paper, which is better for the environment (learn more about HOOT)


They were even sweet enough to send me some handcrafted thank you cards—and a pirate notepad that my little ones have confiscated to leave random ransom demands in my work tote… all signed “Captin Jack Sparro”


Thank you again, Luscious Verde team for sharing your wonderful designs with me and I can’t wait to share them with our brides!


PS—be sure to check out their blog and enter their $5,000 custom stationery giveaway!

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  • As a former middle school teacher I love what they’re doing to give back to their community. Supplies at inner-city schools are already sometimes scarce and when budget cuts have to happen it’s always theatre/art/music programs that are the first to suffer so I’m glad they took the recycling concept one step further. I’d love to support a vendor who supports those around them as well {especially kids}.

    Thanks for sharing their site.

    January 28, 2009 at 2:50 am
  • Hi Brandi,
    We would love to send out some scrap paper to your local schools! Thank you so much for your comment on the blog. We strive to be the best, well rounded company out there and help our communities who are in need of supplies. So, when you have a chance just email us a few addresses and contact names of schools or organizations that could use our help and we will send some goodies out to them. Thanks again and have a great day! megan

    January 28, 2009 at 10:35 am
  • I love these invites. They are so classic and elegant. I love the designs, patterns, and motifs. So chic!

    January 28, 2009 at 4:04 pm
  • I love these – they are so beautiful! And, it bears saying again, what a fabulous thing to give back to the community!

    Thanks for sharing.

    January 28, 2009 at 5:46 pm
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