As a creative myself (yes, I ran a digital and branding consultancy before starting STG!), I’m passionate about design – and specifically about helping couples incorporate beautiful graphic design into their Jewish weddings.
Stationery of all stripes has a special place in my heart, and I’m always excited to find innovative new suppliers. And that’s why I’m so excited to introduce you to Paperlust today.
Founded in Melbourne, Australia, in 2014 with the goal of bringing custom stationery to design lovers worldwide while supporting local Australian artists, Paperlust offers custom designs for every occasion – especially weddings and engagements – and handles all the logistics (printing, packaging, shipping, delivery, customer support and more) so that their creative talent is freed up to do what they do best.
They offer a huge range of exclusive designs to suit all styles, with easy customization and printing options including letterpress, foil stamping, and digital – and the collection is constantly expanding, with new designs being listed every single day. Paperlust loves Jewish and Jew-ish weddings, they are truly a one-stop shop for all your wedding stationery needs, from engagement party invites to save the dates to wedding invitations and RSVP cards, menus to place cards and table numbers to orders of service, and beyond.
Though based in Australia, Paperlust works with clients all over the world, and they offer free worldwide express shipping for orders over $300 USD.
Read on for a few of my favourite looks…
How sweet is Aviva? This fresh spring-inspired look is the perfect traditional look with a touch of whimsy for a softly romantic Jewish wedding.
Clair De Lune, on the other hand, is perfect for a chic modern wedding with a playful twist. It’s a simple, text-only design, but still manages to pack in a ton of personality.
Succulents are so on trend for 2019, and how fun is this playful Cactus Hour design? Especially perfect if you’re planning on decorating with succulents on the big day.
I love the graceful minimalism of Adore – and the vellum adds such a luxe touch to this wonderful invitation suite.
Simcha is pure classic Judaica, with a classic navy and white color scheme and embellished Star of David graphic.
I love the touch of whimsical romance on this lovely vellum design – Blanc Bloom is elegant without being staid, thanks to the playful mix of fonts and the sweet floral graphic in the corner.
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