So I shared with you last week, that I am in the process of having a new logo designed for the House of Papier. Well, let me just say how frustrated I am with the design revisions so far. The initial concept is beautiful but the finishing touches are not coming out the way that I envisioned. I’ve explained in detail what I want to the company representative that is assigned to my project, but it is just not being realized. I think today I need to call and request to speak with the designer that is actually working on my logo. For whatever reasons, they are not able to take my vision and make it come alive. Ironically, that is exactly what I do for my customers. I take the vision of their wedding or event and apply it to design their invitations, which is why I am so frustrated about my logo design. To me, this should all be so simple.
“Designer Invitations for Your Fashionable Life”What's in a Name? Papier (pronounced "Pap - Ear") is German for "Paper" and represents my maternal family roots. I approach the creation of my invitations in the same manner that a fashion designer designs a couture dress. Fashion designers produce their work in a fashion house; I'm an invitationeer and my custom creations are designed in the House of Papier. Welcome to my blog, ~Missy
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