Welcome To Wiley Valentine

Two women, two grandmother muses, one dream to create luxury branding and products for one-of-a-kind events.

That’s the story of Rachelle and Emily of Wiley Valentine, a graphic design boutique named after their grandmothers – Mary Wiley and Norma Jean Valentine – whose artistic ways of expressing life’s beauty is their continued inspiration.

Founded over fifteen years ago, Wiley Valentine delivers the ultimate customer experience, always using the highest quality materials, and creating one-of-a-kind finished products. Whether working directly with clients or some of the top wedding planners in the world, their years of experience has made them experts in dealing with last minute guest list changes, unusual and unique materials, and masters at managing the ever moving parts of all kinds of events.

Emily Owen

An Orange County native, Emily lives in Old Towne Orange with her husband Joel and their two daughters Haddie and Hazel. She is one half of the Wiley Valentine owner duo that began over a decade ago. Known as the storm calmer, when she’s not dreaming up custom paper for her clients she’s spending time with her family, tending to her garden and enjoying life in the Orange circle.

Rachelle Schwartz

Growing up, Rachelle was the child creating logos for pretend companies in her tiny sketchbook, day dreaming of fairies and burying her nose in a great book. She grew up in Connecticut but always had her eye on a life in Southern California. Today she is co-owner of Wiley Valentine, wife to Michael of Czar Press, and mom to two girls, Piper and Greyson. When not designing custom creations for her clients, Rachelle can be found enjoying beachside picnics with her family, taking a yoga class, or creating healthy delicious, family friendly recipes.


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