In January 2015, I was contacted by The Big Fake Wedding invited to participate as a vendor in the 2015 NYC Big Fake Wedding. I jumped at the opportunity to get involved and provide thank you cards for the event. Take a look at the final product and photos from the event here!
In the previous post (step three) we covered the steps I took to create the physical stationery: paper, printing and shipping. Now, it was time to look at the branding of the business. First, I needed a name and then, I needed a logo.
Today we have a special guest post from my financial planner, Julie Ford, the founder of Ford Financial Solutions, LLC. Julie will take us step-by-step through some of the financial issues related to starting your own Etsy shop. Next week, I'll build on Julie's advice and walk you through exactly what it cost to start Paper by JLee.
The wonderfully talented Elvira Kalviste contacted me last year and asked if I wanted to be part of a styled shoot she was putting together. I created the menus, table numbers and place cards for this modern, geometric inspired wedding shoot. Take a look at the final photos from the event and the products I contributed!