The safe bet
The wise man
The right word
It all began in the early 2013, when Joachim was looking for THE gift , original and unique, to celebrate the first year of his relationship with his girlfriend.And what a year! Rather rough – our two lovebirds were not able to see each other as much as they wished. Luckily, with a little digital help, they could bill and coo by messages. That’s when Joachim thought:
“To immortalize this first year, can there be any better idea that printing these beautiful exchanges?”
In that time, no service offered the possibility of such a book. Therefore, and without even knowing, Joachim became the first user of his future business. Right at the beginning of 2014, the adventure began: the first world website offering to print messages in a book came to life. Its name?
MonLivreSMS’ mission: allow everybody interested to keep easily their messages in a book. With the secret hope that, in hundreds of years, your great-grandchildren will discover your book ️ and sigh: “aw, what a beautiful story they had!”
What’s more, despite the amazing IT progress, a paper book will always be safer than a cloud storage (and way more fanciful). Love is also part of our story – our most beautiful messages say so.
Joachim created it, with a little help from Loï and one helping hand for each Fabien (there are 2).
MonLivreSMS business was officially founded in January 2014.
Nowadays, MonLivreSMS proudly prints dozens of thousands of books each year, which we dispatch more or less everywhere in the world.
Books are printed in the South of France. Our partner printing house, Art et caractère, is a really nice project per se: it is the 1st private printing house ever which have been evaluated for its Social and Environmental responsible approach.
It proves everyday its commitment for a better world, printing sweet words in the pages of your books.
And since we like beautiful initiatives, we entrusted our expeditions to a center of disabled workers, Réseau Gesat. They are doing an amazing job!
Your books are printed right there: