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New Wedding Suites

We just finished up our latest photoshoot and we are very happy with how everything turned out! Take a look at our new some highlights from the suites of this season!

New suites

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Fall Interns


Summer is winding down, but things have never been busier here at Suite Paperie! So, we’re looking for a few new students to help out a few days a week around the studio. 

Crafting/Production Internship *must be NYC based*

Duties will include (but are not limited to):

– Designing for clients (both by hand drawing and on the computer)
– Sitting in on client meetings and assisting in the creative brainstorming process
– Assembling orders 
– Assisting with photo shoots – styling, prepping, etc…

 *Graphic design experience preferred – working knowledge of Adobe AI, InDesign and Photoshop

. Candidate must be artistic/crafty, detail oriented and organized.

*These are unpaid internships for 2-3 days a week (we’re flexible on days and times) 

If you feel as though you would be a good fit for this position, please email your resume, a link to your portfolio, or pictures of some recent craft work, along with the following to

1. Three reasons why you think you would rock at this job

2. What is your favorite color and why

3. A fun fact about you


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Featured on H&H Weddings: Tea Party Princesses

Happy Wednesday! We are so excited to be featured on the very first post of our new favorite wedding blog handhweddings! We’ve known Brenna and Kate (the founders of H&H) for quite some time, and it’s thrilling to see all their hard work  and dedication finally come to life with the launch of their gorgeous (and much needed) blog! H&H, standing for Hers&Hers or His&His, was created to be a source of wedding inspiration for same-sex couples. Glossy, chic, and on-trend, I have no doubt that H&H will be making waves in the wedding industry, and we’re thrilled to be a part of it! Without further ado, here are some of our favorite photos from their first inspiration shoot: Tea Party Princesses. We had the pleasure of creating the paper goods for this shoot, and we think photographer Trent Bailey captured everything perfectly! 

Congratulations again H&H!  Love is Love…Raising a glass of bubbly for you today.




Hair & Makeup: Mable Pang | Paper Goods: Suite Paperie | Dresses: Gabriella Bridal |Flowers: Violet & Verde

Photography: Trent Bailey Photography | Models: Alex O’Daly & Jasmine Romero


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Have a seat: Escort Cards vs. Seating Charts

Happy Wedding Season!

As you prepare for your big day, we wanted to share some tips, to made it a wonderful event for you and of course your guests.
You want to make sure that guests have an easy time moving through the space of your wedding venue and that they can easily identify where they will be seated for the reception. This is where escort cards and seating charts come into play.
What is the difference between escort cards and seating charts? Great question!
Escort Cards are traditionally little cards with the guest’s name and table number printed on them. Guests can find their card at the entrance of the reception location, then find their corresponding table number and place setting.
Seating Charts are larger displays with all guests and table numbers listed.
Both are two great options for helping your guests find their seats and offer a lot of room for creativity! Escort cards can be anything from beautiful pieces of paper to sunglasses, mini pumpkins or even tiny flower pots.
Seating charts can be printed on cute chalk boards, glass panes, or even placed inside of vintage picture frames.
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