Tag Archives: Invitations

The House of Papier has 100 Facebook Fans!

The House of Papier is celebrating it’s 100 “Fans” on Facebook!! If you’re not already a fan, become one today to keep up with the latest on all of our products. Click HERE to become a fan!

The House of Papier Facebook Page!

The House of Papier Facebook Page!

New Boxed Invitation Options

The House of Papier now has an alternative to silk box invitations. We want to be able to offer a variety of different options to our clients, so here you go:

Leopard Print Invitation Box 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 x 1

Leopard Print Invitation Box 5 1/2 x 3 1/2 x 1

 

Two-toned Invitation Box 5 1/5 x 3 1/2 x 1

Two-toned Invitation Box 5 1/5 x 3 1/2 x 1

We will offer decorative invitation boxes, such as the leopard print above, two-toned boxes (above), and solid color invitation boxes. For ordering and pricing information contact Missy at info@houseofpapier.com

Creative Juices

I’m having a lot of fun working on a new project for a potential client. My creative juices are flowing and this project reminds me how much I love the couture designed invitations that are tailored to my customers needs. It’s so fun to bring a vision to fruition. I’ll share the completed project with you once it’s finished. In the mean time, here’s a sneak peek:

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House of Papier attends New York Fashion Week…Part VII

Inspiration No° 6: Fabulous Fashion

While I’ve been inspired by individual elements of New York Fashion Week. The truth of the matter is that just being under the tents in Bryant Park was in and of itself an inspiring experience. I’m often asked why House of Papier is so closely linked to fashion. After all what do invitations and fashion have to do with one another? Right? The answer is, nothing. For me it’s about style. As far as I’m concerned style exceeds the boundaries of fashion and extends to creativity, patterns, colors, ideas, design, and texture. I always go back to my favorite quote by Coco Chanel:

My Favorite Coco Chanel Quote                 House of Papier © 2009

My Favorite Coco Chanel Quote House of Papier © 2009

Missy at Bryant Park

Missy at Bryant Park

 As I close out my Fashion Week experience I leave you with two video Clips from the Venexiana Show (Click Here)and the MISS SIXTY show (Click Here).

House of Papier attends New York Fashion Week…Part VI

Inspiration No° 5: Miss Sixty Patent Leather Bubble Jacket

Miss Sixty Show - Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Fall 2009

Miss Sixty Show - Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Fall 2009

Black is back for the Fall & Winter. I fell in love with this patent leather jacket/dress number. As beautiful and feminine as this outfit is, it actually gave me an idea for a masculine invitation design. House of Papier has always marketed it’s products to women and I have struggled with coming up with designs that men would feel comfortable with purchasing for an event. So it’s somewhat of an oxymoron that such a beautiful ensemble on a beautiful female model has inspired me to create a masculine design. Keep following the House of Papier blog and I’ll share it with you as soon as I create it.

Miss Sixty Show - Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Fall 2009

Miss Sixty Show - Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Fall 2009

House of Papier attends New York Fashion Week…Part V

Inspiration No° 4: Miss Sixty Wide Buckled Belts

Miss Sixty Show - Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Fall 2009

Miss Sixty Show - Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Fall 2009

Another show I attended during the New York Mercedes Benz Fashion Week is the Miss Sixty Show. In addition to the eccentric ensembles, the accessories in this show were fabulous and artistically inspiring. I love these wide buckled belts and hope to incorporate the concept into an invitation design.

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House of Papier attends New York Fashion Week…Part IV

Inspiration No° 3:
Lyone lace beaded & Swarovski encrusted wedding gown
with tulle detachable train

Bridal by Venexiana

Bridal by Venexiana

This Venexiana bridal gown drew massive applause during the Venexiana show when the “Marianne”came down the runway. The Marianne, made popularby Karl Lagerfeld, is most commonly seen in Haute Cauture fashion shows, to close out the show and it definitely was a show stopper. It inspired me to incorporate tulle in House of Papier’s upcoming wedding invitation collection.

Bridal by Venexiana

Bridal by Venexiana