I got connected with Molly, of Revolution Paper Co., months ago to photograph some of her invitation suites. The first thing that stuck out to me about Molly was how personable she was. I love that she is LGBTQ+ friendly, and she strongly promotes that.
When her suites arrived in the mail, I impressed with how high quality they were. From the gorgeous colors, to the paper type, these invitations were amazing. I loved going through each suite to see how she implements her personality into each of them. I am so glad to feature such an amazing paper artist!
I’m Molly the paper nerd behind Revolution Paper Co. I help modern LGBTQ couples and allies stand out in guests’ mailboxes, with bold, imaginative invitations that are custom designed with your theme and personality in mind. I believe there’s always room to bend the rules a bit when it comes to stationery, and by bend, I mean totally break.
’ll dream side-by-side with you to create a personalized invitation design that has your one-of-a-kind style written all over it. From sketches and design to stamping and mailing from start to finish, you can have a fully hands-off zero-stress stationery situation. Couples who desire a custom look spend an average of $3,500 for 100 invitations suites. For couples who on a tight stationery timeline tend to choose one of my semi-custom designs and tend to spend an average of $1,800 for 100 invitation suites.
I started Revolution Paper Co. because I believe today’s modern couples are looking for stationery beyond the “typical.” While I appreciate simple creams and scripted fonts, I love the non-traditional: the matter-of-fact wording, the epic amount of white space, and the revolution of colors. I see myself as a revolutionary in the stationery world. I break all the rules, I disregard grammar for the sake of the look, and I advocate for my couples when parents impose their own ideas of “what’s right”
This is your wedding. Not your mom’s not your dad’s not your best man’s or your bridesmaid’s. It’s you and your partner’s big day and that needs to be evident no matter who is paying. The #1 regret I hear from couples is they wish they had better advocated for themselves. I get that not everyone can “stand up” to their parents, or whomever, but that is why you hire professional wedding creatives to step in and advocate for you in a way that won’t make you uncomfortable. ( I do it ALL the time!)
I actually have a whole blog post on whether or not you need to send save the dates! LOL But here’s the 411 on when I feel you SHOULD send save the dates:
Outside of these four things, there is really no need to send save the dates, but if you have the budget and it makes you happy, no one’s stopping you.
There are a couple things that set me and my fellow stationers apart:
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