Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Style of the Moment - 05 “Stationery to Match Fashion Week”

After another successful and inspiring Fashion Week in New York, Bergdorf Goodman decided to feature fashion designer Jason Wu (who recently worked with first lady Michelle Obama) in their February newsletter.

When we got the e-mail, we couldn’t help but think about these trendy stationery sets that seem to be a great match to some of his spring designs!

Who said fashion can only be expressed through clothing? Not us!



Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Style of the Moment - 04 “Lacey Days”

Coco Channel once said,

“A girl should be two things- classy and fabulous.”
So what better way to incorporate sophistication and elegance into your special day then inspiration from a classic decade- the 1920s?

Lace always seems to make an appearance one way or another at weddings, so considering moving the seductive material from your garter to your stationery.

Instead of a satin ribbon, lace overlays create a classic and polished look with just a hint of mystery- sure to set a tone for a ‘roaring’ good time.



Friday, February 11, 2011

Time to Celebrate - 03 “Love is in the Paper”

Some people theorize that Valentine’s Day was created by the greeting card industry. Whether or not that’s true (we don’t believe it is!) Papyrus has come out with some absolutely adorable cards for this holiday of love.

Stop by and pick one up today, tomorrow or Monday for those special people in your life! Although they don’t need a card to know you love them, it is certainly a sweet tradition without the calories!



Wednesday, February 2, 2011

So My Type - 02 “Trajan Pro”

Although it’s extremely important to have an artfully designed invitation, legibility is paramount. After all, how do you expect guests to show up on time (or even at all) if you are using an overly decorated typestyle?

One of our most popular go-to fonts is Trajan Pro, which was created from many years of tweaking Greek column writing.

This all caps font is clear and concise, and delivers messages in a smooth and simple manner.

Trajan pro has been featured in many well-known American images, including the Columbia University logo and the movie poster for Titanic.

Did we mention it’s also a personal favorite of ours?