A Milestone Paper Co. understands that planning a wedding can be overwhelming, stressful and chaotic. That is why they have developed a process to make picking and planning all things involving paper goods easy and most of all fun! A Milestone Paper Co. is known for bringing a couples style to life through save the dates, invitations, thank you cards and more! We sat down with Sarah from A Milestone Paper Co. to get all the details on what makes them so special, in this week’s VOW!
Q: What does A Milestone Paper Co. specialize in?
A: We understand that our clients want their wedding day paper goods to be a reflection of their style, but they are planning within their busy schedule, working within a wedding budget and may feel like they don’t know where to start. We’ve designed a process that is easy, fun and creative, so the outcome is a super custom design and the steps to get there are as stress free as possible!
Q: What makes A Milestone Paper Co. stand out in terms of wedding paper/stationery?
A: We love making a personal connection with our clients. Wedding planning can be stressful and overwhelming, we want our corner of the process to be as joyful as possible.
Q: When did A Milestone Paper Co. open?
A: We started in 2003 with a few clients who found us by word of mouth.
Q: How did A Milestone Paper Co. start?
A: My sister, Sue, my sister-in-law, Kate, and I together created the invitations for our weddings and loved both the process and the outcome. We realized there was a niche for custom wedding invitations and we decided to create A Milestone Paper Co. to fill that niche. The rest is history!
Q: What do you love about working in the wedding industry?
A: I love being a part of such a momentous, joyful event. And, it brings me extra satisfaction when I can create paper goods that make a client say, “That is so us!”
Q: What’s an average day at A Milestone Paper Co. like?
A: I work from home, so I get my three kids off to school and then settle in. My day is a nice balance of meetings and other communication with clients, design time, and all of the other logistics that go into completing projects – ordering paper and ribbon, sending to print, and checking proofs.
Q: What would you want a couple in the wedding planning process to know about wedding stationery?
A: Your wedding paper goods should reflect you. There are certainly etiquette topics to factor in and the budget to consider, but at the heart of it all, the paper goods should set the tone because they are the perfect representation of YOU!
Q: What do you offer for Thank You stationery options?
A: We create custom thank yous in a variety of styles. Some couples want to share a wedding photo on their thank you, others introduce the new monogram, or we sometimes incorporate creative, unique wording. The sky is the limit!
Q: Do you have any recommendations for couples in regards to the Thank You note process?
A: It’s great to get thank you notes ordered early so you can start writing out thank you notes as gifts start coming that way it doesn’t feel as overwhelming as doing them all at once.
Q: If you were to create your dream wedding stationery what would it look like?
A: My personal style is clean and modern with a touch of industrial or rustic, so I imagine something printed on wood with accompanying pieces on white cotton stock.
Q: Have you done any unique wedding thank you cards that stand out to you?
A: One of the most unique thank you notes I did was a laser cut piece with “THANK YOU” cut out. We layered that over a photo of the couple. It was stunning!
A Milestone Paper Co. Lightning Round questions:
Q: Describe yourself in three words:
A: Kind, creative, social
Q: Red or White?
Q: Black tie or Farm to Table?
A: Farm to Table – I love wholesome, down to earth food done really well.
Q: Chocolate or Vanilla?
Q: Heels or flats?
Q: Veil or no veil?
A: No veil – I wore a veil when I got married 18 years ago, but I would be inclined towards a more casual style at this point in my life.
All images provided by A Milestone Paper Co.
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