The Windmill Paper Boutique
Fresh custom wedding and event invitations, letterpress stationery, and artisan paper goods
Hi there! We are Sarah and Shawn Gluchacki, a husband-wife team and the founders and creative minds behind The Windmill Paper Boutique. Sarah was the lead designer for a prominent letterpress invitation company in New York before relocating to South Florida to open up The Windmill (her designs have been featured on Style Me Pretty, in The Knot, Brides Magazine, and Martha Stewart Weddings). We were our own first clients when we got married in August 2012, and we moved to Boca Raton soon after with dreams of bringing beautiful, eco-friendly, hand-made papers and artisanal letterpress printing to South Florida.
When you choose The Windmill for your paper & printing needs, we serve as your personal designer, concierge, and liaison to the printer to ensure your invitation & stationery process is smooth and easy. We close our shop for each consultation to focus our attention entirely on helping you find the perfect design. Our focus is customer service; we are here to ensure you understand all of your options and help you choose your perfect invitation set. We offer a broad range of papers, printing methods, and designs, as well as in-house custom design services. We also proudly offer as many eco-friendly materials as we can (cotton & bamboo papers are our specialty!), and all of our printing is done in the USA.
We realize you have a lot of options for invitations and stationery, and we’d love the opportunity to show you what we can do. We’re also always available to answer any questions you may have. Feel free to drop by during business hours to shop our everyday paper goods (like greeting cards and gift wrap). For any custom design and printing needs, contact us to schedule a one-on-one consultation!
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Barbara and Jesse’s autumn wedding was held at the Buffalo History Museum in upstate New York. We designed these understated letterpress and foil-stamped invitations with an art-deco feel to set the tone.