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PRESS RELEASE / ANNOUNCEMENTS Sunday, August 12, 2012

Boutique Unveils New Website

Santa Barbara artist and designer Leslie Lewis Sigler's stationery boutique Lilly & Louise is commemorating four years in business this summer by sharing the best of the studio's unique paper creations on an all-new website.


Santa Barbara artist and designer Leslie Lewis Sigler’s stationery boutique Lilly and Louise is commemorating four years in business this summer by sharing the best of the studio’s unique paper creations on an all-new website. The site, lillyandlouise.com, launched last week, showcases Lilly and Louise’s custom work that is sure to inspire anyone with an appreciation for thoughtful communications. Lilly and Louise’s business has steadily grown each year since 2008, and the studio has been honored with awards and publications in numerous national venues. Abundant with all-custom wedding stationery, the site groups designs into the categories of wedding, party, and kiddo. Said Sigler, “Lilly and Louise grew out of the joy of hand-crafting something perfectly unique for a special person, spending more time creating the card than choosing the gift. We are very proud of the work we’ve done over the last four years and even prouder of the relationships we’ve developed with so many special people in Santa Barbara and across the country.”

Lilly and Louise is a boutique stationery studio focusing on weddings, parties and everything in between. They specialize in working with clients who seek “a personal, hand-crafted touch for their correspondence.” As the principle behind Lilly and Louise, Leslie Lewis Sigler has also crafted unique invitations for organizations including Direct Relief International and the Santa Barbara Museum of Art.

Leslie Lewis Sigler is an oil painter and designer who received her art education at the University of Texas at Austin and who in 2008 launched both Lilly and Louise and her graphic design arm Design Porch (design-porch.com), which focuses on corporate identity, nonprofit collateral, and print work. Sigler had previously worked with Kim Baer Design Associates in Santa Monica. The new Lilly and Louise website designed in collaboration with local web design studio, Basic (leobasica.com).

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