Between our seventh anniversary and the recent news of our impending merger with Shutterfly, this month has left all of us looking back with pride on how Tiny Prints got its start.
Do you know our full story? If not, take a look at this list of highlights and memories that led us from our first day on the job to the wonderful company you see before you today. How long have you been a part of the Tiny Prints family?
March 2004: Tiny Prints is born!
The company started in our co-founder Laura’s apartment with just Ed, Laura and Kelly doing everything from customer service to setting cards, running the website and sourcing designs.
May 2005: Our First New Hire
Since the company was still run out of a tiny home office, our very first employee would often come to work in pajamas! We didn’t move into a real office until August of that year.
March 2006: Introducing Wedding Paper Divas
We branched out into wedding invitations and accessories by launching weddingpaperdivas.com and running it with the same dedication to exceptional service and superior quality that made us successful with Tiny Prints.
December 2008: Tiny Prints Goes International
By welcoming a new international printer, we expanded our reach to include even more customers from around the world.
April 2010: Tiny Prints Greetings
Just like we did with birth announcements and party invitations, we sought to revolutionize the way people send greeting cards with our latest product offering. To celebrate, our co-founders commissioned a custom rap song from a local artist at our company launch party!
September 2010: A New Look, a New Logo
Ollie the Elephant wasn’t always our symbol for the little things in life that are the big things in disguise. Our stylish new look was rolled out in 2010, along with enhanced website features and fresh new designs for our growing fan-base to enjoy.
March 2011: The Tiny Prints Family Keeps Growing
Because we’re teaming up with our friends at Shutterfly, we’re sure there will be much more to celebrate in the years ahead!
Now, you tell us! What’s your favorite Tiny Prints memory?