Paper Goat Post retail shop coming to Ivanhoe Village


  • Photo by Lindsey Thompson

Paper Goat Post will soon grace the Ivanhoe Village strip on North Orange Avenue.

Twin sisters Megan and Cedar Watson have taken their wealth of knowledge and experience running large-scale promotional events with Universal to their very own party planning boutique. Their passion behind launching a retail shop comes from a fierce love of celebration and promoting togetherness through the lost art of snail mail.

The whimsically decorated space, which feels like a mini Oxford Exchange, will host a balloon & gift wrap bar for items you may purchase in their shop, or gifts that you would like to bring in and have outfitted by them.

You can find stationery for all occasions here along with curated gifts, as well as an assortment of offerings from local makers such as Rifle Paper Company and the Paper Cub.

There will also be an area dedicated to seasonal products to inspire and assist customers wanting to throw gatherings year-round.

  • Photo by Lindsey Thompson

The shop also hosts a design studio with services that range from creative design consultations to full-service planning packages. Whether you are planning a large corporate event or an intimate gathering, Paper Goat Post provides a la carte event needs including decor installations, candy buffets, table design and other personalized elements.

The shop, at 1215 N. Orange Ave., is slated to open the first week of October. Follow them on Instagram @PaperGoatPost or visit

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