Lowcountry Paper Co. is a small but mighty team of ladies who appreciate great design and even better clients.
And if you’re as busy as I think you are, reading up on all the etiquette rules and scrolling through endless websites to find the perfect invitation is not exactly how you’d like to spend your free time.
Think of me as your Fairy Godmother for all things stationery and calligraphy. I’m knee deep in wedding etiquette, printing timelines, and Post Office quirks on a daily basis so you don’t have to be.
I began my love affair with beautiful writing at a young age - my mom still uses the Christmas place cards I wrote for the family in 1993. And, with countless hours of practice under my belt, I offered to address my best friends' wedding invitations in 2012 to see if this calligraphy thing was something I'd be interested in pursuing beyond just a hobby. A fresh stack of envelopes later and I was hooked!
Initially self-taught, I consider myself a lifetime student of the art and have continued to learn from some of the best in my field.
Originally joining the team as an intern, we quickly realized we'd struck gold with such a talented artist and Sabrina's internship was over almost as quickly as it started.
Check out her work at Junction 323
Lowcountry Paper Co. was born in 2014 when my friend Genina and I teamed up to make wedding invitations and calligraphy less of a chore and more of something to actually look forward to doing. Even though she's moved on to the awesome team at Focus Lab, Lowcountry Paper Co. wouldn't be the success it is today without her.
I'm a big fan of surrounding yourself with people more talented than you and I think I've got two of the most talented artists helping make me look good and I'd love for you to meet them!
I knew about Lizzie's work before we'd ever met, so when she reached out, I was super excited...and then basically made her be my friend!
See for yourself why I think she's so awesome at Lizzie Daiss.
Clean and simple design is exactly what they're looking for. They appreciate tradition but also like to put their own personal spin on things. The importance of sending handwritten thank you notes and using proper etiquette is not lost on them.
I'm not one for a perfectly curated collection of squares, so you'll get to see my current projects, look over my shoulder as I write, and find out how I like to spend my time when I'm done with a stack of envelopes.