If you happen to be near the Boston, Bellevue (WA), Evanston (IL), Minneapolis, or Pasadena Paper Sources this weekend, you’ll want to check out their Paper Wedding 2007 workshops. It looks like they’ve got some pretty fantastic workshops going on throughout Saturday, March 3 — everything from making save the date cards to favors, adornments, and spring bouquets. Thanks to Mary for the tip!
I’ve got wedding paper on my mind and, starting Monday, will be posting all about it. During the month of March, I’ll be focusing on all types of wedding related paper goodies — invitations, placecards, paper decorations, and basically anything else that I come across. I’ll try to throw in some wedding paper crafts, too!
Have a great weekend!
As many of you know, the future of Gocco (the awesome Japanese screenprinting system) has been in doubt since 2005. However, I surfed onto the Save Gocco site the other day and saw a message from mid-January which stated that they’ve “received uncofirmed news that a U.S. retail chain will be restocking gocco products on a regular basis by early summer.” This may be old news to some of you, but when I read the message I was completely jazzed!
I don’t know how many times that I’ve just wanted to kick myself for not picking up my own Gocco when they were still being manufactured, and I’d snap one up in a jiffy if they were being carried in a retail store again. Of course, I’ll probably end up trying my luck on eBay even if this news turns out not to be true.