Cheree Berry Paper was honored to be chosen as the exclusive wedding stationer for the July 2010 wedding of Chelsea Clinton and Marc Mezvinsky. From save the dates to wedding invitations to day-of paper items, CBP was thrilled to work on this extraordinary affair!
We were delighted to partner with Rafanelli Events to share in this historic moment. They commissioned us to design custom, larger-than-life snowflakes for the White House 2015 holiday décor collection. We created 56 unique laser cut snowflakes—representing each state and U.S. territory with the state name, nickname, flag and representative symbols. In 2016, the snowflakes appeared again on the tree in the White House Oval Office. Commissioned for the White House Blue Room were laser etched mirror ornaments for the "We the People" tree. These reflective ornaments were custom illustrated to represent Michelle Obama's Initiatives, such as Joining Forces, Let's Move, Reach Higher and Let Girls Learn.
As a proud kate spade alumna, Cheree was thrilled to partner with kate spade on a wall installation for the company's St. Louis store. The large entryway wall was covered in a sea of colorful mini envelopes. Each envelope was filled with a “chance” card inviting guests to “eat cake for breakfast” or “smile at a stranger,” just to name a few. For those feeling daring, one envelope was placed high on the wall inviting the viewer to climb the pink lacquered step stool and find the “extra risky” card.
In 2006, Cheree Berry published Hoorah for the Bra, a humorous pop-up book that gives a decade-by-decade look at the history of the brassiere. The book has received several notable press mentions and has been listed as a must-read by Redbook, Self and Woman’s Wear Daily. Complete with a pink satin spine and an authentic bra-clasp closure, the book is the perfect gift for all the women in your life. Purchase your signed copy here.
St. Louis Children’s Hospital hosts a Table Tops fundraiser every year. We love participating in this cause, especially when your task is to design a table around a favorite children’s book. CBP chose “The Day the Crayons Quit” and brought the concept to life with crayon illustrations interacting with plates, cutlery and cups. Each chair, cup and place setting was a different color in the crayon box.
Cheree Berry Paper was the exclusive designer of the invitations for “The Today Show Throws a Martha Stewart Wedding.” Jessica and Cody got hitched courtesy of TODAY in a ceremony planned by Martha Stewart. A “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” theme as the inspiration, the triple layer invitation integrated hand calligraphy by John DeCollibus, classic typography and accents of the signature Tiffany Blue color in the reception card and edged layers of the invitation.