Aloha, darlings! 🌺
We are excited to make our Hawaii debut at next week’s Pa’akai Marketplace at SALT at our Kaka’ako!
We will have our first pop-up shop on Friday, 21 Sept at 5pm.
Stop by to say hi and support local artisans. Stay for some good food and music. For our IG friends, show us that you follow us on Instagram for a special discount!
Can’t wait to see you all!
Aloha, friends! We are excited to reveal the new *grace papeterie* logo and brand! We wanted something light and fresh that reflects the changes we’ve made and represents the heart of what we do.
This is in time for our upcoming relaunch, with a special “live” appearance coming soon. We can’t wait to meet some of you in Honolulu!
We hope you love our new look! Tell us what you think by commenting below.
I bit the bullet and got the new Today & To-Do planner from @thedaydesigner. I love everything about it, from the packaging, to the perfect binding, to the details of the daily pages! This might be my new standard. #daydesigner
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#tbt to a few of the party details of the Harry Potter Mini Filmfest we hosted. 🎥 Custom invitations, handmade wands, (Ferrero Rocher) golden snitches, and galleons from Gringotts Bank were just some of the highlights that made screening the movie even more magical!
I had so much fun creating these custom cards for a recent wedding on the Big Island.🥂 The couple wanted their guests to write messages to them that they can read every year on their anniversary.
I custom-made these notecards and paired them with brightly-colored envelopes, handwritten with the anniversary year the note should be opened. I loved how they all came together!
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“Call it a clan, call it a network, call it a tribe, call it a family: Whatever you call it, whoever you are, you need one.” — “Margaret Mead: a Life,” Jane Howard
Today marks the 6-month anniversary of my big move to Hawaii. The decision to make such a big life change came about quickly, which shocked even my closest friends and family. But I knew it was time to make a change: for my health, for my sanity, for my happiness. Now, not a day goes by that I’m not thankful I made the leap.
My first 6 months has been enriched by the wonderful tribe I’ve come to cultivate here. People who encourage me, push me, challenge me, believe in me, pray for me, support me, love me. Having such a diverse, positive group of people has been a game changer.
For the sister and the childhood friend. The puppers. The introvert dog lovers and the Friday-game-nighters. The women-in-the-Worders. The trainers, teachers, and coaches. The new friends. The old friends far away, yet still remain close -- this one’s for you: Mahalo for the Aloha. •
Find your tribe. Love them hard.