Every End is a New BeginningThis year spring is bringing a significant change to Paper & Chocolate. After 8 years in business, Vicki Petersen, owner, is looking forward to retiring and will be closing Paper & Chocolate on May 15th.

As a result, we will NO longer be taking any special orders and will not be printing any new invitations, but we will continue to complete all current orders.

We expect to be open Tuesday through Saturday from 10-5 until our inventory is sold or May 15 whichever comes first. We will update Facebook with any changes. So check there first.

On April 15, we will put the entire store on sale (except for chocolates and nuts). Even our newest inventory will be 30% off. Some items will be 50-75% off. All sale items are FINAL SALE, no returns.

“It has been such a joy to work with our loyal customers through many of the most significant events of their family’s lives–wedding invitations, birth announcements, birthday parties and showers. We are truly grateful that you have given us the opportunity to celebrate with you. Many of you have become much more than customers, so closing will be bittersweet. Thank you so much for your support.”

–Vicki Petersen

Less Is More

November 21, 2013

Sometimes, less is more — at least that’s the case with Tokyo Milk’s simple yet witty line of greeting cards by Margot Elena. Receivers will be left giggling over phrases such as “Don’t Fret About A Couple Of Gray Hares — Happy Birthday” and “Aren’t You The Cheeky Monkey?” Laid paper […]

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Crazy for Kate

November 14, 2013

Whether taking down notes or jotting down your next exciting getaway, these Kate Spade spiral notebooks are perfect for any occasion. Ranging from $16 to $26, take your pick from fun cover statements such as “Eat Cake For Breakfast” or the traditional “Emma — Jane Austin” inspired notebook. Not a journal […]

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Romantic Luxury Personified

November 7, 2013

Lollia introduces their beautiful line of candles – appropriately named Poetic License Candles due to their “poetic” titles – and we now have them in store for a purchase of $45. Titles such as “Sleeping Under The Stars” and “Turned Over Earth” give an eccentric twist to the romantic line. […]

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Stationery vs. Stationary

August 2, 2013

While we should always strive to use the proper form for all words, the wedding industry is full of so much terminology, the “lingo” can be tricky. Especially homophones! Of course, our favorite example is stationary vs. stationery. According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, stationary means “standing still” or “not […]

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