Our Collective


noun, a cooperative enterprise

adjective, done by people acting as a group

Our name comes from a combination of what we are and how we got here. At our core, we wanted to create our own party supplies and paper goods company that collectively combined our personal penchant of party planning with our experience in buying, planning, and e-commerce. We also knew it would be a collective effort in achieving this dream! Here's a snapshot of some of our favorite brands.


Spaghetti and Meatballs logo

Spaghetti and Meatballs creates home-cooked greeting cards made with love and a pinch of sass. They believe in celebrating the big and small moments in life by writing it, not texting it. They are written, designed, and printed by two sisters in Buffalo, NY. #womenowned #madeinUSA


Hustle & Hope was started by Ashley Sutton whose dream was to channel her career experiences into a product with real purpose. The problem she saw began during the start of the pandemic when people were looking for ways to connect with friends and celebrate moments: encourage their job search, help them cope, or simply say hello. But there were no cards to address these moments specifically. She thought what people need now more than ever is HOPE (with a little bit of hustle), so she pushed the envelope with a new solution. She created the first motivational greeting card company to embed free downloadable guides, helping people level-up in their career, mindset, and spirit. #womenowned


Paper Anchor Co. is a plant-inspired gift and stationery brand founded in 2017 by designer, Desiree Perez. Her specialties include hand-painted illustrations and hand lettering that can be found on a variety of her greeting cards, stationery, gifts and more. She's been featured in the LA TIMES as well as on HGTV.com #womenowned #latinowned


My Mind’s Eye was launched by designer Marcia Cornell, who created a hand-illustrated line of coordinating paper crafting products. Their party decor has been featured in television shows, movies and used at several celebrity parties. In 2016 they were honored to have their party fans decorate the White House in their Christmas Celebrations. #womenowned


Paper Source is a premier paper and gift store offering a curated selection of fine and artisanal papers, invitations, gifts, gift wrap, greeting cards and an exclusive collection of envelopes and cards. Paper Source is committed to cultivating a community for their customers as they celebrate all of life's moments, both big and small.


Founded by artist / designer Timothy Siciliano, Party Partners’ collection of party favors, banners, party hats, table top, birthday candles and seasonal products have been adding innovative designs to celebrations since 1999. Discovered by Martha Stewart, Party Partners was immediately cast in the spot light with a cover feature for Martha Stewarts’ Halloween Catalog.  

Talking Tables was founded by Clare Harris on the joy that was felt when planning, sharing and creating memories with friends and family around a table. They have recently been B Corp certified and take care to design each and every one of their products with a commitment to sustainable practices such as removing plastic from their packaging and creating more reusable products. #womenowned


In 2003, Sugar Paper started tinkering with a letterpress and helping their friends put beautiful paper in the mail. As each bespoke piece was sent, more and more people inquired. So more and more stationery was made. They capture life’s noteworthy moments so they can be tucked away and saved forever. #womenowned


Knot & Bow is a Brooklyn-based brand that designs and manufactures party supplies and paper goods that elevate simple, everyday celebrations. A sprinkle of confetti or a handful of balloons is all it takes to make a party. Launched as a one-woman gig in 2010, the company has maintained a commitment to American manufacturing for the past decade. #womenowned #madeinUSA