It’s time to shine a light on another spectacular vendor! Ever wondered who makes those gorgeous invitations you get in the mail? Your friendly neighborhood stationer, of course! One such team is Chips and Salsa Design Studio, based in Dallas. Read on to see what owner and founder, Abigail Luby, has to say!
(Unless otherwise noted, all images courtesy of Abigail Luby, Chips and Salsa Design Studio.)
How long have you been in the wedding industry?
What are your favorite wedding trends right now?
I really love that very classic and timeless weddings are currently in vogue. Timelessness never goes out of style.
What do you love most about working in paper design?
Invitations are typically the guests’ first view of the wedding; I so enjoy
being able to help set the tone for one of life’s greatest events.
What makes you unique from other stationers?
When brides work with Chips and Salsa, they work directly with me and we are able to create a design that is uniquely theirs.
Tell us about your most memorable and fun event/client experience.
I have to pick only one? Goodness. I truly consider it the most special opportunity when my past brides come to me for their baby announcements or other paper needs once they have been married for quite some time. I love catching up with them, hearing about married life and reconnecting.
Tell us one thing we might not otherwise know about your company.
We launched Chips and Salsa Designs in the UK last September. Kate, the head of our UK division, is rocking and rolling, introducing brides to our new wedding collection. It has been so much fun working on weddings across the globe!
BONUS! Here’s the story behind that unique name shared from their website:
Although commonly thought to be named for the beloved Texas delicacy (hey, in Texas we take our Tex-Mex seriously), Chips and Salsa was actually named after two birds who were bright, full of life, and for pets, were a bit unexpected. Just like the birds, we hope to deliver a service full of personality, surprise and lots of smiles.
Many thanks to Abigail Luby for taking the time to answer our questions. Head over to their site to look at all the pretty and be inspired!