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We're excited to have been featured in some of the top magazines and blogs across the country!


    PaperRamma featured on Ruffled Blog    PaperRamma featured on wedding chicks    PaperRamma featured on wedding wire     PaperRamma featured on 100 layer cake    PaperRamma featured on Artfully WedPaperRamma on theknot.com

We've also been featured in:


PaperRamma feature in HGTV Magazine    PaperRamma featured on WFSB New Channel 3's Better Connecticut    PaperRamma featured on WFSB New Channel 3's Better Connecticut    PaperRamma featured in Huffington Post     PaperRamma featured in Connecticut Post Magazine 

Articles, blog posts and more:

video- WFSB News Channel 3 "The perfect gift for the world traveler in your life" 
Amanda Naqvi shows us how to make the perfect memento to remember all the places you’ve traveled. Click the link in the video for more gift idea from PaperRamma.
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video- WFSB News Channel 3 "A gift they'll remember for a lifetime
Wedding season is upon us. Get some ideas for personalized gifts made by Amanda! 
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newspaper in print & online- CT Post by Aaron Johnson "Trumbull Designer Benefits from State Aid"
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video- WFSB News Channel 3 "Personalized gifts the bride will cherish
Amanda Naqvi has a shop and creates unique gifts for any occasion.  To see what you can use, head to her website. 
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online article - Huffington Post presented by Disney Parks "12 Brilliant Ways To Make Your Family Vacations Last Forever"
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online Post - Ruffled Blog Post "Customizable Art"
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online Post - The Brook Ass Bride "Proudly Display Your Custom Wedding Guestbook"

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online Post - Love and Lavender " How to Order a Custom Wedding Guest Book Tree"

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 online Post - WeddingChicks "Art Print Wedding Guest Book" 

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 online Post - Wedding Lovely "Custom Guest Book Trees" 

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About 76th & Newbury:

76th & Newbury is the address for custom design. Few moments in life are more fabulous than the bliss felt from becoming husband and wife, taking take that bold step into parenthood, or settling in to the warm comforts of a new home. 

76th & Newbury designs innovative and personalized art to celebrate each of life’s special moments. From trendy and personalized Canvas Guest books for the bride & groom’s special day, to one-of-a-kind personalized nursery decor, and interactive map prints to mark the family travels.


About Amanda Naqvi, Our Founder:

Greatness is in the power of the details, the little things in life that matter most. In design, that translates to a drive for cohesiveness- in the curve of a line, the way a typeface makes you feel and the intentional mix of colors used to bring a design to life and give it emotion.

In life, those same details make up who we are:

Hi, I'm Amanda :) My brands were inspired by a love of design. I could spend hours perfecting a design to make it just right. When a friend introduced me to etsy- it was love at first sight, and its really been a "happily ever after" ever since. I love the personal touch that etsy offers- I love how I can get to know my clients, interact and relate to them.

So, just who is that girl behind the computer screen? My friends will tell you I’m down to earth, caring and creative. My little ones will tell you that I am the best mommy in the whole word (and who am I to argue?). I am a mom first and a graphic designer second. Some call me “modern day Martha” because I like to do any and all things creative. I have the unique talent of picking anything up and being pretty good at it; but am not afraid to work hard at it to get it just right. Yes, you read between the lines; I am a perfectionist too. Sometimes that is a good thing and sometimes it’s a challenge.

I was born an entrepreneur. At the age of 18 I opened my first “official” business (all lemonade stands, shoveling snow business’ and bracelets at recess aside). By 23, I married the ‘boy’ I went to prom with, opened my second business; a national franchise. At 25, I had my first little one. Then at 26 & ½ had my second (yes just 18 months apart!). At 29, I had my third child, and then turned 30! Presently, I own a Design Firm and am a busy mom of three little ones.

So what do I want to do by 40? I want to vacation in the Cayman Islands (the best place on earth) and buy my $1,000,000 catamaran that I can sail wherever I want (guess I should learn to sail....Oh, yea, my friends will also tell you I am ambitious too ;) Most importantly, I want to teach my children that they can accomplish anything that they put their minds to. 76th & Newbury has been my dream come true.