I love stationary! I have an entire cabinet in the Craft Cave full of cards, paper, envelopes, and notepads. Sending snail mail might be a dying art, but I still love sending cards and letters in the mail. So when Paper Goat Post opened in Ivanhoe Village I was SUPER excited. I was even more excited when I met the two ladies behind this amazing store, Megan and Cedar, at a local event. Talk about some amazing ladies!
They strive to promote togetherness through the lost art of snail mail, gathering in celebration, and the thoughtful art of giving. Their goal is to ensure that no matter if you are attending or hosting a celebration it’s filled with unique details to make the celebration truly one-of-a-kind.
Right before Christmas Megan and Cedar invited some local lady bloggers in for a private shopping and card making event. It was so fun to be able to explore the shop, check out all the had to offer, and learn how to make some super cute cards.
In addition to tons of handmade local cards, they also sell party supplies (including these super cute round balloons), custom invitations, and unique gifts. Every time I walk in I can’t help but walk out with another cute addition to my stationary collection.
Need help designing & planning an event? PGP can help you out! Their services range from creative design consultations to full service planning packages. They provide a variety of a la carte event needs including decor installations, candy buffets, table design and other personalized elements. With extensive event backgrounds planning everything from million dollar grand openings to back yard weddings, Megan and Cedar offer design and planning services to those that need extra assistance creating their celebrations. PGP Design Studio can assist with any celebration big or small.
So if you are in the need for some new stationary, a super cute card, some help planning your next party, or a unique gift you should definitely check out Paper Goat Post. And if you do, make sure to check out the pictures on the wall – there might even be one or two that have goats in them!