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Los Olivos

  • A Wedding Celebration at Mattei's Tavern "Under the Palms & Stars"

    During a weekend getaway from Los Angeles to the vineyards and tasting rooms of Santa Ynez Valley, Elizabeth and Michael discovered a piece of California history - and their future wedding venue - in the charming town of Los Olivos.  Elizabeth and Michael fell in love with Mattei's Tavern, an u... View Post
  • Intimate Reception Dinner with Astier de Villatte Tableware

    A stack of iron moons, black terra cotta rolled, pressed, cut, fired. Milky white dessert cups arranged in a still life with melon. Sensual and somatic - a poignant balance of refinement and imperfection was present in each detail of this intimate wedding and reception dinner. Guests gathered f... View Post
  • Why Shop Local?

    Why shop local? There is a lot of buzz about supporting local so we wanted to share a little more information on the benefits to the community. By choosing local and independent businesses for your services, shopping, dining and other needs, you enjoy a more distinctive and personal experience.... View Post
  • Art Exhibit at Honey Paper: Imagineer

    Imagineer (noun) (a made up word): one who imagines with the intention to affect or create. We are excited to announce that Honey Paper will be hosting an exhibit of artist Nic Georges work Imagineer.  The original artwork was created for the book The Power of Henry's Imagination. Written by S... View Post
  • Honey Paper Grand Opening

    Honey Paper is officially open for business in the beautiful town of Los Olivos. To celebrate our Grand Opening we gave out large balloons to the children during Los Olivos Day in the Country. It was wonderful and we loved seeing the bright balloons and happy faces amongst the festivities. My am... View Post

Welcome to The Giving Ink's Blog

The Giving Ink is a store and brand by Michelle Castle, with a vision to guide customers toward a richer, more fulfilled lifestyle through goods that encourage both the growing and sustaining connections we make with each other. The shop reflects her desire to connect the hearts of people through handwriting, illustrations, and a renewed interest in incorporating a more analog lifestyle through slower, more thoughtful forms of communication such as letter writing and journaling.