We just got our wedding invitations. I am so excited because they are totally amazing. I just keep staring at them, like gold. I am staring at them like they are gold. Gorgeous, and exactly like what we wanted. The invitations pulled the whole feel of our wedding together and made a statement.
Our really great friend just called and said they were by far the classiest invitation she’d ever seen.
However, all that goes to say – all the headache and missteps in our wedding planning process were totally worth it to have these gorgeous pieces of memorabilia created by you. I hope everyone will enjoy this priceless treasure, as I will, for years to come.
Professionalism is a concept that means something different to each person you ask. Papercupp embodied this idea in my mind, with their immaculate attention to detail. As much as I promised myself I would not become one of those lunatic, can’t tell up from down brides, it inevitably happened. As a result, Papercupp assessed my needs and went above and beyond providing invitations, thank you cards, and personalized rubber stamps to add an even further creative touch to what could have been very boring wedding mail received by all of my guests. Papercupp went even one more step further by taking on the organization of my invite list and providing fulfillment of the invitations in addition to having them designed and printed.
Another hallmark of Papercupp’s professionalism was that owner, Amy Beth Cupp Dragoo, actually listened to my ideas and helped me to build on them. When I mentioned I wanted a very rustic outdoorsy feel to my centerpieces, she recommended very affordable and creative options to keep our theme of Southern Comfort running throughout the entire event.
Lastly, there are no limits on bridal resources available however; I was a very reluctant bride. I have no older sisters, aunts, or cousins from whom to draw on their previous bridal experience. This lack of knowledge about weddings and how to plan what when, and who to call, left me feeling a little lost and very insecure. Papercupp at no point in time took advantage of my naiveté; instead, owner Amy willingly answered my most ridiculous questions, and showed me the importance of inflecting personal touches, that would make my wedding day uniquely mine.