Lace and Belle
Wedding Invitation & Stationery Design
Bespoke wedding stationery + lettering that conveys a heartfelt message
Lace and Belle is a boutique design company specializing in wedding invitations, event stationery + hand lettering. We work one-on-one with each of our clients offering a personalized experience from start to finish. We believe that choosing your paper goods should not only capture each couple’s personality with a modern approach, but should also be a fun part of the wedding planning process. Make your event and first impression one to remember with oh-so-pretty [bespoke] stationery that will leave guests anticipating your wedding or special event!
Meghan Shaughnessy, owner and creative director, always had a love of all things paper and even had quite a few pen pals back in the day. While most teenage girls were shopping and finding their style through fashion, she could be found in the mall browsing and purchasing pretty paper goods. Growing up, Meghan was always creative, but it wasn’t until after she designed her wedding day stationery that she became passionate about design. Following her big day, close friends inquired about Meghan's work and it wasn’t long before she began working with some of the sweetest engaged couples and clients celebrating weddings and special occasions.
Meghan's days are filled with curating the pretty paper details of your celebration that is a beautiful reflection of your story, while setting the tone for your event. She truly believe that bespoke stationery and hand lettered notes will always convey a heartfelt message. Whether you’re planning a wedding, a milestone event, or just in need of personalized stationery, Lace and Belle promises to provide an experience that is not only meaningful, but will leave your heart happy.
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In grammar school I was lucky enough to have a pen pal. (Remember those, long before social media?) There was just something special about not only receiving a little note in the mail, but to go to the store and purchase pretty stationery. I could spend hours browsing boutiques just analyzing the detailed components...