15 June 2012
My final paper pick for 2012 is One Canoe Two Letterpress! I love so many of their products, but I’m always especially captivated by their state prints. At $15 per 5×7 letterpress print, you could fill a whole gallery wall with all the states you’ve lived in, or the favorite states you’ve visited!
Have a wonderful weekend, friends! Check back on Monday for my next wedding planning update – less than three months to go!!
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14 June 2012
One look at these cards and I’m guessing you’re in love, too. Belle & Union was hands-down my favorite new exhibitor at NSS this year, and though I fawned over practically every greeting card in turn, the thing I was most impressed with was how cohesive their collection was. B&U’s style is completely distinct and completely new, and I love it. Looks like the cards will be available in an online shop soon, so keep an eye here!
Photo on left from Belle & Union, photo on right from The Sweetest Occasion
13 June 2012
Today’s pick is very simple – just a silly little card from Alee & Press that satisfies my deep-seated desire for pun-tastic humor. Despite this, I loved it so much that it’s the only NSS find that I snapped a pic of and texted to someone while at the show. This one I sent to my Dad, knowing he loves clever/corny (depending on your perspective) humor as much as I do, if not more. I’m not actually sure what sort of occasion one would send this card for, but I love it nonetheless. Looks like Amanda hasn’t gotten the new greeting cards up on her site yet, so keep an eye out there!
12 June 2012
For my second NSS 2012 pick, I bring you new cake toppers from Figs & Ginger! I love how they broke out famous lines and quotes into multi-piece toppers – so different and meaningful. These designs don’t seem to be available yet in their shop, but keep an eye out!
Photo on left by Cyn Kain and photo on right by Nole Garey
11 June 2012
As some of you know, I was lucky enough to attend to the 2012 National Stationery Show in NYC a little while ago (part of my crazy week!). I thought it would be fun to share with you some of my favorite sights from the show, so this week I’ll be sharing my top five favorite paper picks!
Today’s pick is the new marriage certificates from Mr. Boddington’s Studio. The colorful design is super fun but still sophisticated. Better yet, because the calligraphy is hand-drawn but pre-printed (except for the personal details), they’re able to be really reasonably priced – just $30! I would totally snap one of these up for a wedding keepsake if I hadn’t already made our own marriage certificate. Pick one up here!
Photo on left by Cyn Kain