Oh, Baby! Paper Source Launches New Photo Birth Announcement Collection Choose from 150 Unique Designs to Celebrate Your New Arrival
CHICAGO, July 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The stylish paper stork has arrived! Now you can create something just as special as the baby's nursery with the new line of photo birth announcements from Paper Source (www.paper-source.com). Available online and in Paper Source stores nationwide, proud parents may choose from 150 distinctive designs to create personalized announcements celebrating the arrival of their newborn. Creations may be paired with a wide selection of colorful PS envelopes to compliment.
The collection offers designs that are perfect for the birth of a boy, a girl or twins, emphasizing baby animals, whimsical patterns, modern and bold typography, and the Paper Source proprietary color palette. Personalize announcements with your favorite photos, pertinent baby details, and your choice of colorful envelopes and coordinating return address labels for a special delivery to family and friends.
"In conceptualizing our first photo birth announcement collection, we concentrated on beautiful typography, original illustration and our proprietary colors," stated Karen Davis, Lead Product Designer at Paper Source. "We utilized classics like blossom and bluebell along with newer hues, such as peacock, clover and curry to offer our customers truly unique designs that cannot be found elsewhere."
About Paper Source
Founded in 1983, Paper Source is a premier paperie and online retailer offering a unique selection of fine and artisanal papers, stationery, invitations, gift wrap, greeting cards, quirky gifts and a custom collection of envelopes and cards. Paper Source offers a distinctive aesthetic, including a proprietary color palette and original designs developed exclusively by Paper Source. As of January 1st, 2011, Paper Source operates 40 retail store locations nationwide and offers a robust assortment online. For more information, please visit www.Paper-Source.com
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