Train Ticket Inspired Save the Date

Copper Foil Stamped set with matching copper insert cards.  All was produced on a metallic stock to match the foil colors

Beautiful Watercolor pocket set printed on a metallic Opal cover stock

Layered set held together with a jeweled brad holding it at the top to keep all the pieces together and a peacock teal envelope.

Custom Violette Wrap set with a monogram belly band and orange backer

Blue Metallic Panel Pocket Invitation with inserts on the back side

Metallic Petal Pocket Invitation with jewel accents and a belly band.

Custom Super Hero Wedding Suite

About Dirty Helen

Dirty Helen

Dirty Helen Paper Co. started because of our colorful family history and a need for a first birthday invitation. What better way to bring our family experience to life than through paper and design!

Dirty Helen Paper Co. is a family owned and operated.  We have been in the printing and paper industry for over 40 years.  We take ordinary products and give them a twist by adding foil stamping, embossing, letterpress or die cutting.  You will not find your run of the mill products on our site. All of the products you will see have been designed by local designers and manufactured in our facility in Cincinnati, OH.  All products are eco-friendly and extra stock is donated to local pre-schools.  We pride ourselves on a sense of family and community.

Expectations VS. Reality

Invitations, cincinnati, budget, romantic, vintage, rustic, invites

August 15, 2017

Setting your expectations with your budget is always a huge obstacle when it comes to planning your big day.  Pinterest shows you beautiful table settings, romantic flowers, laser cut invitations and gorgeous dresses.  What Pinterest doesn't do is prepare you for the cost associated with those things. I see it time and time again couples fall in love with something very specific only to find it's not in their wedding budget.  If you’re going to use Pinterest, which we love and recommend for inspiration, know that just because it's pictured doesn't mean it's something yo...

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