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  • I've loved everything about paper for as long as I can remember.

  • My business is named after my son -–our seven-year miracle.

  • I've worked with couples from all over the world.

  • All orders come with unlimited revisions.

  • I offer both custom and semi-custom design options.

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For more than 20 years, I worked as a Licensed Mental Health Therapist with severely abused and neglected children. In 2015, this was derailed by my love for all things paper, beautiful typography, and classic design (and some serious burnout). Even after all these years, I still fawn over the feel of textured paper, letterpress printing, and wax seals. With a love for all things classic, elegant, and unique, I am passionate about creating wedding stationery that reflects your style and love story perfectly. From fonts and paper options, to finishing touches like wax seals and ribbon, I will work tirelessly to ensure your invitations will inspire conversation, excite your guests, and become an heirloom to keep for generations to come. When I’m not in my studio creating, you can find me spending time with my family and friends, running, expanding my library, or binge-watching House, M.D. reruns.

"There are just too many amazing things to say about working with Janeil and Seventh and Anderson. Her professionalism, customer service and design creativity are unmatched. We used Seventh and Anderson for our Save the Dates and Wedding Invitation Suite. Every step of the way, Janeil prioritized incorporating design elements that speak to the individual couple, all while remaining completely tuned into the overarching wedding design. Her communication and responsiveness is super fast, positive and easy to follow. She is open, honest and clear about pricing, quality and happily walks you through the many different types of paper out there. Her excitement and passion for paper truly enhances the process from start to finish! I can not recommend her enough! Thank you Janeil and Seventh and Anderson!"

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