Welcome back to Paper Goodness Days on SW! Trent and I loved the offerings at Alice-Louise Press, and loved that they paired letterpress pieces with digitally-printed pieces within suites to bring the cost down a bit.
Next up was Gilah Press, where there were nice people and this cute peaches + cream card.
I loved the beautiful range of colors at Max & Bunny (and those patterns were pretty nice, too!).
My friend Molly’s favorite stationer is Egg Press, so of course we had to make a stop at their booth. I loved the mason jar card!
Hello!Lucky’s quirky style was on brilliant display in their booth. They featured a few projects from their “Handmade Weddings” book in addition to their stationery.
Hammerpress also had a lovely booth. I loved the little flags identifying each card.
I adored the appropriately retro look of the cards and prints from Old School Stationers. You can find them for sale in their Etsy store here!
Last but certainly not least for Part II of our tour, we have Gooseberry Press, purveyor of stylish maps, city totes, and paper goods. Perfect for VIP weekend welcome gifts!
I’ll be back with more soon!
All photos by the kind and talented Trent Bailey Cobb.
This is seriously one of my favorite times of the year. I love seeing all the booths from NSS! I love letterpress and fun colorful cards!
The collections in here look so awesome. thanks for sharing all the great wedding details in here.
I’m IN LOVE with the mason jar card, but I can’t find it in their shop! Is it listed?
Hi Megan! Many stationers show new collections at the Show that haven’t begun to be sold yet. I’d take another peek in a few months!
Thank you for featuring Gooseberry Press! They create a lot of fun products with my map illustrations (especially their new lunch boxes), and it was great to see them at the show!