Handwritten correspondance is sadly turning into a lost art. Gone are the days where people took the time to sit down and write a letter on beautiful stationery with perfected handwriting. With texting and emails, that considerate task now seems a bit tedious. Well we say, if you cannot be bothered to write someone a genuine thank you note or just a note to say hello, brush up on your lettering skills! Let’s bring the art of the letter (cute stamps and all) back into a frequent occurrence! Here is some cute stationery to help you get started.
This simple one from Mark and Graham for all you minimalists. You can always add a monogram at Mark and Graham! I think that’s why we love them so much.
This one from Paperless Post designed, designed by Oscar De La Renta. I recently customized this one as thank you notes for the interiors department in the office. We love elegant details and this one shimmers from the gold foil stamp. Just like their name says, Paperless Post also has “paperless” options. You can explore all products here!
I could not forget Kate Spade. This set of cards comes with six different designs. It’s great for those of you who just can’t settle on one design!
This engraved monogrammed note card from Crane & Company (one of the oldest stationery companies) for all of the traditionalists. Look at that envelope liner!
Lastly, for those of you looking to stray from tradition, I LOVE these darling personalized post cards from Tiny Prints. Look at how fun they are! They will surely grab your attention straight out of the mailbox.
All of these companies have lovely paper products. A quick search on Etsy results in endless options as well! While cute stationery is a fun way to leave your mark, what you write on it is what truly sticks around.♥
Sincerely, Hannah & Sarah