PORTLAND, OR - 05/02/2018 — Paper Epiphanies founder Victoria Venturi found herself with her sweet new baby in her arms, a smile on her face, and curse words swirling in her head. Nobody warned her how hard the first few sleepless months really are as a new mom. She recalls receiving so many cards, all meant for the new baby, but she wished she received a card that told it like it is: that becoming a mother is simultaneous wonderful and hard as f*ck.
Venturi saw a glaring gap in the greeting card market for cards for new moms and all of the raw emotions that come with having a baby. She used this as inspiration to create Paper Epiphanies’ new card line “The 4th Trimester: Cards for Moms,” which speaks the truth about the difficult days that come with entering motherhood. The line, which launches on May 10th just in time for Mother’s Day, focuses on everything from breastfeeding to the challenges of weight loss and the not-so-pretty physical and emotional stages all new moms go through but often don’t talk about openly.
“The 4th Trimester aims to support and empower new moms; to validate their feelings and remind them that what they are experiencing is hard and their emotions are normal,” said Venturi. “Having a new baby is not always fun. It can be scary, isolating and overwhelming. This line speaks to all of those feelings.”
Paper Epiphanies has made a bold name for itself in the industry by creating cards and products that communicate what people really want to say in life’s most real moments. The company believes that being elegant and being edgy are not mutually exclusive. Paper Epiphanies aims to empower women, to say what they want to say and not to feel confined by the rules society makes for them.
Paper Epiphanies cards can be found online and at a variety of retailers nationwide. To find a store that carries Paper Epiphanies products or to purchase online, visit www.paperepiphanies.com.
About Paper Epiphanies
Paper Epiphanies is a sassy gift, stationery, and paper goods company founded by entrepreneur (and new mom) Victoria Venturi. The company was founded on the motto #paperwithattitude. Paper Epiphanies prides itself on its raw messages that empower women. Based in Portland, Oregon, Paper Epiphanies is a two-time Louie Award winner, member of the American Greeting Card Association and can be found in over 750 stores nationwide. For more information, visit www.paperepiphanies.com.
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