Friday, December 4, 2009

Get To Know - AMB Paperworks

1. What type of services do you offer?

All types of design & printing really – everything from custom wedding invitations and coordinating items to birth announcements to corporate branding and marketing materials to personalized stationery items. Something for everyone!

  1. How long have you been business and where are you located?
I’ve been in business for just over 6 years now and run my business from my home in Grandville, MI.

  1. How did you get into making stationary products?
Funny story… It happened on accident! I designed and printed my oldest daughter’s birth announcements and sent them out to family, friends, and some of our neighbors. One of those neighbors had a daughter getting married and called me to find out who had done the birth announcements. She ended up being my first client. Happy clients and word of mouth has helped my business grow to what it is today.

  1. What do you think sets you apart from other vendors in the industry?

Personalized service. I LOVE shopping online as much as the next person, but when it comes to something as important as your wedding invitations brides what a little more personalized service. I meet most of my customers face to face. I get to know them and learn a little about their style and taste and then help them find or design the something that is them to a tee.

  1. What is your most requested product (i.e. Save the Date, baby announcements, wedding invites)?

Pocket style wedding invitations. EVERYONE loves these! They are so beautiful and they can be customized in so many different ways! I carry a line of papers called “Envelopments” and what you can do with their products alone is so amazing.

  1. When you’re not busy working, how do you like to spend your downtime?

Downtime – what’s that? In addition to running a business I’m a full-time stay at home wife & mom of two beautiful little girls. I stay busy spending time with my family – boating, running to gymnastics & music classes, volunteering at my daughter’s school, and staying involved in our church and community, reading, crocheting, and I’m a sucker for all types of home-parties!

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