Favorite posts from 2010

2010 has been quite the year for Paper Moss! We are giddy about all that has happened and want to wrap this year up just right. In honor of the last week of the year, we thought it was only appropriate to do a throwback of our {personal} favorite posts.

Throwback #1: Monograms Galore

Needless to say, life wouldn't be nearly as pretty without monograms. That being said, take a peek at some that were designed for Paper Moss clients for their invite suite and beyond!

Here are a few favorites... some have stories behind them, and others are just pretty stinkin' cool looking if we do say so.


Louisa and Frank are nature lovers who got married on a farm in lush Georgia. The bird on the left is meant to represent her and the trout on the right (both are avid fly fishers) for him.

The inspiration for this monogram came from the engagement ring. Adam had a custom band designed to have the Texas star on the side since his bride, Stacy, was originally from Waco...!

Rachel and Adam got married in beautiful San Diego, CA. The little 'beach shack' seen in this monogram is an actual representation of a famous one on the beaches in San Diego. The groom loved to surf so we had to squeeze a surf board in there...

A Bahama Beach monogram is not complete without a palm tree and the bride's favorite shells!

How can you not fall in love with this little bird? Holly and Greg's style was perfect to incorporate a bird and swirls.

Paisley. Classic. Unique. Formal. Kristen and Brian's monogram was a detailed version of a paisley pattern that the bride loved.

You simply can't go wrong with a custom monogram... and best, you don't have to wait for a wedding to create one! Perhaps a special anniversary or a big birthday calls for some monogrammed stationery, towels, totes or dishes. The possibilities are endless!