If you're buying your own paper, you can find a good selection at local office shops when it comes to card stocks and glossy photo paper. However, if you're looking for linens or specialty papers, you may have to go online. Always get a sample before buying a huge stack of paper, and do a test print, to make sure that whoever or where ever you're printing from can actually use the paper you've selected with your design and medium. Here are a few other places to buy paper from.
However, if a paper cutter sounds like a useful thing that has a place in your office, buy it! You don't need to shell out 贄 for a good one. This ษ trimmer has been a great little workhorse for me for about four years now, through invitations, photo albums, and many, many other late night print jobs.