Sunday, August 21, 2011


There isn’t much else that makes you feel as special as receiving a handwritten letter in the mail. Let’s face it: few people use stationery these days. Many prefer emails, text messages, or mentions on Twitter to a beautifully written card. However, there are some traditionalists left, and, if you’re one of them, this post is for you.
Brooks Brothers $178 for 100 Cards

Crane & Co $29 for 20 Sheets

Jack & Lulu $18 for 10 Cards

Kate Spade for Crane & Co $20 for 10 Cards
Polka Dots Stationery $46 for 150 Sheets

Preppy Monogramed Gifts $22 for 10 Cards

The Stationery Studio, $50 for 150 Sheets
Also, if these prices seem a bit steep, you can check your local Hallmark store or even grocery store; Hallmark sells packs of cards, 20 for 6.99. I found some with fleur de lis--yay Kappas!

1 comment:

  1. I love the last stationary, so cute! I believe a hand written note is a special touch :)