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OUR MISSION

We truly love paper and design, and we also love our clients. Our mission at Society Paper Goods is to provide the very best custom stationery experience—starting with superior client service and ending with beautiful, high-quality stationery that will be treasured for years to come. 

OUR STYLE

We are design-obsessed, detail-oriented paper connoisseurs. Our modern aesthetic is inspired by that which is sophisticated and trendy and upholds the timeless nature of classic design. We achieve this look through the use of strong typography, pure color, bold patterns, cohesive presentation, and fine paper materials—because we think these are the components which comprise the designs that stand out most in the crowded world of Pinterest, Instagram, wedding magazines, and blogs.

Things we’re inspired by: Designer fabrics—anything bold, colorful, or patterned; magazine layouts; the architecture and design found in places like San Francisco, Chicago, and Palm Springs; antique stores; Old Hollywood; beautiful, sun-drenched, color-rich photography

To see more of what inspires us, check us out on Pinterest or Instagram.


ABOUT JENNIFER

Prior to starting Society Paper Goods, I spent nearly a decade in client service, serving both external and internal clients in my roles at a marketing agency in Dallas and a wealth management firm in Saint Louis. While both were pivotal career experiences, I still daydreamed constantly about the moment when I could launch a full-service custom stationery business instead of merely keeping it as a hobby.

Since I was a little girl, I have always loved splendid design—which later evolved into a love of stationery and paper. Perhaps it is my love affair with print, but I firmly believe that stationery, artfully enveloped and addressed with lovely calligraphy, will never be obsolete. I also believe that there are more ways to execute stationery (and a wedding for that matter) than what is trendy on Pinterest. As a result, I devote countless hours to finding new inspiration—sometimes on stationery blogs and in stationery shops but more often in the children’s books my daughter and I check out at the local library, being in nature, visiting art museums, and perusing photos from fashion week.

My desire is, first and foremost, to honor my Savior with the talents He has bestowed as well as set an example for my children, establish a sustainable way for me to express my creativity as I navigate motherhood, and deliver excellent stationery that captures the style and essence of life’s most festive occasions utilizing a detailed process that provides peace of mind.

“Perhaps it is my love affair with print, but I firmly believe that stationery, artfully enveloped and addressed with lovely calligraphy, will never be obsolete.”