“Hi there! My name is Sipiwe I am the owner and creative mind behind Something Me, a boutique company that’s focused on creating luxury invitations and styling fabulous events.”
I’ve always thought to myself, if one of those amazing fashion designers like Vera Wang was into designing stationery and styling fabulous events, she’d probably be me. Why? Because I too am not afraid to think outside of the box. I love stylish, chic products and I am particular about attention to fine details which skill will significantly highlight your individuality through the products I supply you.
I enjoy working on projects that allow me to stretch my creativity so I am drawn to clients that push the envelope and desire impressive and custom made luxurious products. Allow me to style your fabulous upcoming event, or to create show stopping stationery pieces that will leave guests excitedly waiting to attend your celebration.
Are you looking for a Vera Wang type of customer service? Then let’s get you ready to walk the runway. Contact Me, and let’s meet up for a hot cup of coffee (or tea), to get the process started and showcase your uniqueness. Your experience in doing business with Something Me is as important to me as the quality of the service and goods provided to you.
I’m excited to meet you and create exciting niceties for your event.
Thanks to your wonderful support, we are excited to impact the community in a positive way.
Something Me donates 5% of income on each sale towards charity. Our charities of choice are organisations that focus on vulnerable children that have been abandoned, orphaned, physically abused or live in poverty. We remain committed and are always seeking new ways to make any difference we can in a little child’s life.
If there are any particular children’s charity organisations you’d like us to consider supporting, please feel free to contact us and provide information.
“One must know not just how to accept a gift, but with what grace to share it. I have found that among its other benefits, giving liberates the soul of the giver.” – Maya Angelou