Needle in a Haystack is Dallas' leading source for fine paper and graphic design for significant private and public events. It was established in 1970 as a needlepoint store. Over the years it has introduced stationery, invitations, and design services. Needle in a Haystack's designs have been used in significant charity, arts, and corporate events. The store carries hundreds of brands including: Crane & Co., William Arthur, Wren Press, Julie Holcomb Printers, Checkerboard, Oblation, Buening, Jamie Ostrow, BT Elements, Smock, Bella Figura, Page, Dauphine, Delphine, Regas, Designer's Fine Press, Elum, Copper Willow, Vera Wang, and Alexa Pulitzer. All invitations can be customized at affordable prices. The paper of your choice can be engraved, thermographed, letter-pressed, foil stamped, or lithographed. Needle in a Haystack has a strong inherent commitment to quality with emphasis on excellent customer service. Featured in D Magazine, Modern Luxury, and Brides of North Texas.
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7 Reviews for Needle in a Haystack
Recommended by 97% of couples
User4285899 · 2+ years ago
Needle in a Haystack was not the first place we visited to take care of our wedding paper supplies. Other places were a little pushy and intense. Immediately upon meeting Yash, we were set at ease. Working with Yash at Needle in a Haystack was an absolute pleasure. We purchased all of our wedding necessities here: Invitations, Programs, Name Cards, Table Numbers, and Thank You Cards. He was an absolute delight to work with. Wedding planning can sometimes be a hectic and stressful time, but Yash's calm demeanor, sense of humor, and confidence in his products made it a seamless and enjoyable process. Even when my mother an I disagreed, he was there to help us make sense of it all and come to a decision we were both happy with. THAT is a true gift that he has. Without hesitation, I would recommend this shop for all of your wedding paper supply needs.Sent on 03/10/2015
Sheila · Married on 10/19/2013
I loved working with Needle in a Haystack. They were a little on the pricy side BUT that being said, we got LOVELY invitations. We also used them for our programs and rehearsal dinner invites. Everyone there is a pleasure to work with and they even helped me with a quick turnaround on the church programs since I ordered them so late! The only thing I would 'complain' about which really isn't a complaint is that their store for some reason has a weird smell when you walk in; I know that's a petty thing to mention but I went in there about 4-5 times when planning my wedding, & every time I walked in, it was a horrible smell (that I eventually got used to after 5-10 min of being in there). Otherwise, I had a great experience working with them and I received many compliments on my paper goods from Needle in a Haystack.Sent on 11/01/2013
Liz · Married on 10/19/2013
The wedding invitations were as beautiful as we'd hoped. They were absolutely perfect in design and quality and we couldn't ask for better care and service.Sent on 12/23/2013
I had an unusual idea for the rehearsal dinner invitation that required an artist to draw the exterior of the venue, an old building in downtown Dallas, and they created a watercolor that is frame able art. It was absolutely the perfect invitation our guests will never forget receiving.
You can't do better than "Needle".