Utility House Design Company is a boutique stationery design studio in Burlington, Ontario. Owner Melissa Meyer is a passionate paper enthusiast with a degree in design from York University/Sheridan College. She got her foot in the door working for a local studio, where she took on a wide range of creative projects, from web design to branding and product packaging. She opened her very own workspace in 2015 and has continued to grow and evolve over the years. Melissa’s visual language blends modern simplicity and classic vintage style. Her work has appeared in various wedding industry publications, and her unique designs continue to delight couples and guests alike.
Utility House Design Company designs custom pieces that are as practical and useful as they are beautiful. Melissa can help you select the paper stock, envelopes, and card formats you need to set the right tone for your wedding celebration. Flat printing, letterpress, and foil are also available. Contact Melissa today, and let her help bring your vision to life. Welcome home!
Custom Invitations, menus, place cards, rSVP cards, save the dates, thank yous
Addressing, design, foil-stamped, in-person consultations, letterpress, printing
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Meet the Team
Melissa Meyer is a self-employed designer with a Bachelor of Design from York University/Sheridan College (formerly YSDN). She gained her footing at a local studio tackling various creative projects, including branding, web design & maintenance, product packaging and layout for businesses in the food & wine industry.
Now focusing on stationery, interiors and hand-made goods, she has developed her own visual language blending modern simplicity and classic vintage style. Her work has been featured in various online articles in the wedding industry, including WeddingWire Canada, EventSource, and WedLuxe Magazine.
She is constantly inspired by found objects, often sourcing materials in flea markets, antique shops, and thrift stores around the GTA. Check out her latest projects at www.utilityhouse.ca or @utilityhouse on instagram.
626 Blue Forest Hill L7L4H3 Burlington (Ontario)