Mary Grace Moyd
Creative Force and Founder
Grace Moyd is the co-owner and co-founder of WritefullyHis and dashiell & daughter. Grace has been providing beautiful paper to clients and boutiques for over five years. In her senior year of college, Grace founded WritefullyHis, LLC, a social stationery, greeting card, and wedding invitation company that gives back 20% of its proceeds to purchase school supplies for students in East Africa. In 2016, she launched a retail store, Dashiell & Daughter, to grow WritefullyHis and expand the Company’s reach by carrying products complimenting the existing paper items. The store continued with WritefullyHis’ mission by donating 20% of its proceeds to a private Field of Interest Fund, The WritefullyHis Foundation, to continue the efforts of supplying paper and pencil for students.
She has worked with non-profits and social enterprises to fundraise, with their development and market handmade accessories for international operations, and plan trips to raise awareness and provide financial support in third world countries. She has consulted for globalbike and Kauli, USA. Prior to working at WritefullyHis, she was an intern at the Tory Burch Foundation in New York, New York where she worked closely with women entrepreneurs looking to micro-finance domestically. She also worked on a seasonal basis with the Aspen Institute in Aspen, Colorado specifically for their largest event of the year- the Ideas Festival. When she is not selling her favorite finds at their retail store d & d or designing beautiful wedding invitations, she is hanging with her precious Birdie and cute husband Livingston in their home of Charlotte, North Carolina.
What sparks the conversation
The familiarity of a high school bestie · Moscow mules before Sunday night dinner · days at the lake with a cute golden · a subtle hint of a sweet Southern accent · guacamole always, with an occasional side of Corona · unmade beds and unkempt hair · the spontaneity of eating cooking dough · the usefulness of kitchen appliances we never use · a beautifully curated closet of sale-rack items · a crisp white bed sprinkled with dog hairs · parties that start with a great high-pony · giving up the freshman 15 for a flirt turned fiancé · the business of a big city and quiet peace of a country home · the perfection and instant smile brought by fresh flowers · a perfectly placed Kinfolk and candle on the coffee table · sweet sercies to shorten the distance between sisters