Now, let’s dive into Day 12 with Paper Goat Post!
Megan and Cedar are twin sisters and the owners of Paper Goat Post! They both truly believe you should “CELEBRATE EVERYTHING (with a little or a lot of paper)!” Megan and Cedar have followed their dream to create a space that cultivates a love for paper. An unexpected card, a simple note, a birthday banner, a party invitation, or a perfectly presented parcel – the possibilities are endless.
Through their brand, they strive to promote togetherness through their PGP philosophies… the lost art of snail mail, gathering in celebration, and the thoughtful art of giving. Megan and Cedar’s personal goal is to ensure that no matter if you are attending or hosting a celebration it’s filled with unique details to make the celebration truly one-of-a-kind.
For as far back as we can remember, no matter what type of event Mimi and Nana were hosting, they were always a part of the party. Our memories always entail them sitting alongside us at the dinner table taking part in the conversations and laughter happening in their homes. They are usually the ones sharing old stories from their childhood and retelling favorites from ours. They never seem to miss a moment when we’re all gathered together, and that’s what it’s all about. It’s never been about the most beautiful tablescape or the perfect meal made from scratch. Instead, all that matters is the quality time spent together and being present in order to be a part of the memories that are made.
We’re twins and often host gatherings together which is why our #HostfulHack is to recruit a co-host. This doesn’t have to be anything formal, simply choose someone who will also be attending that can help you out should you be mid-convo right when a host duty needs tending to! You can share where the extra food is for quick refills and tell them where your trash bags are so they can quickly replace the bag should it be full! Share with them where you’re directing guests to put their bags/coats. Having them be involved in a few little housekeeping items really will take a little responsibility off your plate and allow you to enjoy your guests too!