Minted Meet Up: Atlanta

We had a lot of fun at the Atlanta Mintie Meet Up! It was a wickedly hot summer evening,  and the restaurant we decided to gather at was actually hosting a giant tomato festival, so we camped out in a little table area out front.

From left: Natasha Millbury of Push Papers (who is due in November!), Kelli Hall, and Angela Vellino attended.


Minted Meet Up: Charleston

So sometimes, even with the best intentions it takes me ages to get pictures off my camera and onto the blog… I am dying for a camera that automatically downloads your pics wirelessly. BUT, I did so enjoy meeting Kelli Hall that I have to share these pics from our Charleston Meet Up with you.

We met at Baked, which not only has delicious, incredible, yummy treats, but also has a perfectly executed interior.

Baked in Charleston

Kelli was just absolutely the sweetest and her hair really is as long and gorgeous as it appears on her Minted profile pic.

Natasha (left) and the beautiful Kelli Hall (right)


Minted at the National Stationery Show

We held a little cocktail party after the National Stationery Show on Monday night to get to know the designers already in our community, as well as new people, too. Katherine made an adorable little invitation to pass out on the floor of the show.

Flowers in Minted colors with little Minted personal stationery gifts.

We covered the tables in our new wedding invitations and suites. Everyone remarked on how original all the designs were, as well as on how great the printing quality and paper were.

Don’t you just love fresh flowers? They can liven up even a convention center as big as Javits!

Our CEO and founder Mariam Naficy hard at work up until the party began!

A large group of our incredible community of designers made the trip out. From left: Minted Senior Manager of PR and Partnership Marketing Natasha Lawler, Stacey Day, Beth Perry, Amanda LarsenEmily Potts, Karly Depew, Minted CEO & Founder Mariam Naficy, Amy Ehmann, Tina Furjanic (Amy Ehmann of Design Lotus’s business partner), and Minted Community Relations Manager Katherine Cheng