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Your invitation sets the tone for your event. Regardless of the style or theme of your wedding, most likely there is an invitation that will coordinate with your vision. Kim with paperKuts studio has a passion for all things paper and can help you bring your vision to life throughout your invitations and other paper details. Learn more about Kim with paperKuts studio in the spotlight below!

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Photo Credit: Lydia McRae Photography
Tell us a little bit about you, and how you got started!

Hey!! I’m Kimberly and thanks for allowing me to share my love of all things paper. Nashville-bred (shoutout to the Eastside!) with an eagle-eyed view to the city’s growth. My family and friends mean the world to me. Blessings? Definitely understand from whence they flow. A good hamburger, hot fudge cake and adult beverage(s) make me happy. PEACE•LOVE•PAPER…let’s talk!

My love for all things paper started with the hopes of becoming an Event Planner. I always volunteered to plan events in my past jobs and being in sales, working for creative employers, it was so much fun. During that time, the world wide web was evolving, and social media was not a thing. I traveled a bit, so attempting to plan events for others was tough. In that, I discovered paper goods and the rest is history.

What makes your business unique?

There are so many great stationers in Nashville and on the web, so being unique can be a challenge. My goal is to always provide excellent customer service. My background is in sales and I’ve had the opportunity to work for incredible companies where a high level of service is the norm. I want customers to be relaxed, have fun, be confident in their selection and learn a bit in the process.

What is your favorite part of working with couples?

I feel it is a privilege and honor when someone chooses to work with me. I’ve worked with couples for over a year and they become a part of your life! I’m sometimes invited to their ceremonies and it warms my heart to see it all become a reality. Even though you’re assisting in the finale, a wedding, it brings mixed emotions. The communication ends…boo! Well, not with everyone. I’ve continued to work with couples for baby announcements, birthday invites and so many other stationery opportunities. Many, I can now call friends. It is the best!

One piece of advice for couples?

My advice would be to allocate enough time and room in the budget for paper goods. Be willing to tweak their selection if the original want does not fit into the budget. Also, plan to purchase ahead of time. Most do not understand how the process of ordering invitations works, which is understandable. It can often be quick and easy, but sometimes a glitch can occur. Always remember, it is not just paper.

Childhood career aspiration?

You know, I can honestly say I had no idea of what I wanted to become as a kiddo! As I grew, I loved creativity in others. After a field trip to the Country Music Hall of Fame, I wanted to become a music engineer. The person that works that board thingy with all of those switches and buttons!?!? Is that the correct title? Probably, not! Anywhoo, I majored in Marketing, wanting the creative side of the business, but ended up on the sales side.

Coffee, tea, wine or champagne? And why?

Ewwww….all of them! Coffee in the morning, just one cup. Not that it gets me pumped up, because I purchase the mild or decaf brew! Habit, maybe. Who doesn’t love SWEET tea? Ginger tea, shout out to Puffy Muffin! Wine, champagne and all things in the adult beverage category. I was a licensed bartender. Love an adult beverage. It’s always 5 o’clock somewhere.

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To contact Kim with paperKuts studio with questions about their services, visit her Vendor Profile.

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