We’re excited to introduce you to Jarlin, the owner of Peach Pearl Paperie!

Tell us a bit about how you got started with your business / blog / venture that we branded.

The idea of Peach Pearl Paperie began when I helped a coworker of mine design an invitation for her daughter’s baby shower. I enjoyed every bit of the process, from creating a design, picking out the perfect type of paper, to cutting all the bits and pieces required for assembly. I had so much fun learning about different techniques which revealed my passion for stationery!

What products or services do you offer?

Personalized invitations, menus, escort/place cards, favor tags, cake toppers, photo props, and more.

 

What’s the best advice you have for someone that is interested in doing something similar to you?

Think about who your audience will be, this will determine your brand identity and products. After you figure out your audience, create a business plan. It’s easy to become overwhelmed so break up for goals into smaller goals and tackle them one at a time, before you know it you’ll achieve your overall picture 🙂

 

Tell our readers a bit about the branding process!

Autumn Lane Paperie’s questionnaire really makes you think about your audience and your overall vision. I contacted ALP with a specific vision in mind which quickly took a 180 turn once I began the questionnaire. Lily designed 3 different types of logos which were difficult to chose from, she took my words and brought them to life! Keeping my business plan and audience in mind we were able to eliminate 2 logos and tweak the one that best represented what Peach Pearl Paperie has become.

The logo, sublogos and patterns truly embodies what Peach Peal offers. Cannot wait to design our business cards with our new logo and patterns!

 

What does the future hold for you?

Good question – I hope to learn new techniques to raise the bar in the stationery industry!

 

You can reach Jarlin at jarlin@peachpearlpaperie.com, and be sure to drop by her Instagram account!  @peachpearlpaperie

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