Las Vegas gets unique stationery and card store

Wearable paper dresses created by Papyrus’ in-house design team and paying homage to Las Vegas Casinos. (L to R) “Elizabetta” – Venetian Dress, “Dita” – Parisian Dress, “Alexandra” – Caesars Palace Dress, “Madison” – Bellagio Dress. Photo by D. Tyler Photography.


On Saturday, Las Vegas became one five cities nationwide to be home to a Papyrus “Cherry Blossom” store.  Papyrus is a national brand focused on unique cards, stationery and gifts.

Papyrus’ “Cherry Blossom” stores feature unique interiors with luxury flourishes — hardwood floors and custom chandeliers — to create a unique environment that replicates a home interior. Scrapbook fanatics should check out Papyrus custom wrapping paper and look at their framed collages near the table for wedding invitation consultations — both areas will inspire you.

Las Vegas Papyrus store is located at the Fashion Show Mall. Customers can enjoy a stationery accessory bar, tons of amazing cards,  wrapping paper and ribbon, boxed cards, unique blank books or try the new exclusive brand, NIQUEA.D.

To celebrate the opening of the new store in Las Vegas, Papyrus put together a fashion show of paper dresses custom designed by their in-house design team and Rami Kashou. Kashou not only appeared on season four of  “Project Runway” but also in “Project Runway All Stars”

The dresses were made from Papyrus greeting cards, wrapping papers, gift bags, and gifts. They pay homage to iconic Las Vegas hotels like The Venetian, Caesars Palace, The Bellagio, Luxor, and Paris Las Vegas, as well as a design from Kashou that is part of his dress collection.


Fashion Show Mall

Open: Monday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. Sunday, noon – 7 p.m.

Phone: (702) 734-9848

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Papyrus celebrated their opening at Fashion Show on May 19, 2012, with a showcase of paper dresses made entirely from Papyrus products. The event featured an appearance and autograph signing by “Project Runway” alum designer Rami Kashou, as well as a gallery fashion show of wearable paper dresses. All photos courtesy of D. Tyler Photography

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