Designing your invitations
should be stress-free & fun!
I have spent over 14 years developing a process to ensure that designing your invitations will become one of your favorite parts of wedding planning!
Here's a sneak peak
of this exclusive design process:
To start, we will set up a complimentary consultation (in person, over the phone, or on Skype) to discuss your wedding style as well as your stationery budget.
We will look through samples and swatches to get an idea of your style and needs.
Together, we will narrow down your options and create something that uniquely reflects you.
You will then receive a quote on the spot. (Hello efficiency!)
Print proofs are included in every order and will be mailed to you (imagine how fun it will be to open your mailbox and see your invitations!!!)
After finalizing your invitations they will be print and assembled.
If you are ready to start designing those
Paper Fling has won numerous awards as well as had local and national media coverage including:
- TheKnot.com Best Invitation Designer 2013, 2015
- Seattle Bride Magazine Best Invitation Designer 2013, 2015, 2016
- Wedding Wire Couple's Choice Award Recipient 2013, 2014
- Featured in Bride's Magazine, MyWedding Magazine, Seattle Bride Magazine, Seattle Metropolitan Bride and Groom, Style me Pretty, Borrowed and Blue and many other wedding blogs.
Hi there, my name is Ruth Song
and I love taking the stress out of designing invitations!
I opened Paper Fling back in 2003 in order to have a creative outlet while completing my Master's Degree in Counseling. I quickly found that I loved working with Bride's and Groom's. My counseling degree gave me the unique ability to listen and get down to the root of what my clients were looking for. In 2007, I had so many couples wanting to work with me that I decided to focus full-time on creating wedding and event stationery. I have been blessed to work with well over 1,000 couples in designing their stationery.
In my world, there is not much better than spending a day meeting with clients, tying ribbons, assembling invitations, and speaking sweet nothings to my printers.
If you're ready to let go of the stress
and finally get those invitations going...