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teletubby Posts: 406
Hi Guys, Where is the best place to get paper for wedding booklets. I need ivory and was thinking of ribbon the same colour as bridemaid dress O:o)
wishin&hoping Posts: 3666
I am having the same as you :o)ll :o)ll :o)ll :o)ll Girl that made my invites is getting me the paper so no help on that one
Asics Posts: 1935
I got a reem of A4 cream/ivory paper 500 pages in Easons for just under €10, you can buy ribbon in any sewing shops or depending where you are I know there is a wedding shop in Killkenny that sell loads of different colour ribbons & lots of other stuff you think of anything to do with a wedding they have it :wv
ceewa Posts: 478
Easons or any office supply shop should have the ivory paper. Hickeys are good for ribbon
missymoomooo Posts: 639
There's a place in Dublin city called Daintree that specialise in wedding stationary and handmade papers. They have some really lovely papers and lots of samples in the shop. Also they will tell you how much paper (big sheets) you actually need if your making your own etc. They have a website if you google them! :wv
2ndguyonwol Posts: 18
Daintree is not far from Bleeding Horse on Aungier st / ( wexford st) ( its opposite a bus top) , they're helpful, they've plenty of different paper stuff and you can use their scoring thing for free. But I think if it is for the paper inside the booklet, they might e a bit pricey. You can go cheaper with Easons , or Viking Direct or some other paper distributor
adealsadeal Posts: 60
If you are ever up the North, papermill in Junction1, Antrim is great they do a box of paper/card for 4.99 and you can fill it! very good value also have website :wv
x_x Posts: 1823
Cannot recommend Daintree on Camden Street enough, we bought a marbled effect paper for the inside of the mass booklets with a Thai silk page being the "first page" (won't be printing on this this) then the cover is handmade card with like a gold thread running through it. Girls go way & beyond the call of duty....yes its pricier than buying paper from Eason's/Reads but still alot cheaper than getting them done professionally & the end result is just fab! They have a web address
Miss Muffet Posts: 612
There's a great stationery store in Swords, the Invitation Station. Haven't been to Daintree (its on my to-do list) but heard its great too.