When we got to the National Stationery Show, Tracy and I made a plan: we were going to start at one end and work our way to the other. That way, we would be sure not to miss a single vendor. And then, it happened…we’d be in one aisle and see something we couldn’t wait to see, so we’d zig zag over. Then we’d zig zag again, and that is when our plan went to the waste side. The exhibitors I am going to share with you today are just a couple of the ones that cause our plan to fail. Enjoy!
Chevron is all the rage in weddings this year, that was evident as we browsed thousands of stationery designs at NSS. Tracy and I loved how Plane Paper changed up the standard chevron pattern in their invitation suite. The varying line thickness added such a nice touch to the chevron pattern we’d been seeing at the show. And isn’t the laser cutting beautiful?
See more of our NSS finds after the jump…
The laser cutting in the belly bands makes for such an elegant touch!
Plane Paper also has a series of holiday cards that I hope to be getting in the mail this year!
Twig and Fig Couture
The stationery at Twig and Fig Couture had Tracy and I in total awe. They print on just about any material imaginable (metal, wood, denim – you name it!), which results in an invitation that you do not want to put down. From screenprinting, to letterpress and etching, Twig and Fig offers a plethora of printing techniques for any occasion.
We’ll be blogging more about NSS all week and into the next. We can’t wait to share everything we saw at the show!