NSS 2010 – Part 6

This next group of booths happens to include several with some of my favorite overall booth design or decor details — from Hello Lucky's coffee filter garland to Linda & Harriett's vintage post card border.  First up, the Regas New York booth, filled with both amazing letterpress stationery and some pretty incredible decor details, including tissue paper flowers and amazing wire displays created by Meredith's mom!

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Regas-NSS-Wood-Laser-Cut-Wedding-Invitation{love the laser cut wood veneer save the date!}

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Regas-NSS-wire-display{aren't these wire displays incredible?!  I told Meredith's mom I thought she should open an etsy store — I can totally see these displays used as place card or table number holders for wedding receptions!}

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Regas-NSS-Seahorse-Wedding{regas new york}

Liz from Linda & Harriett always puts together an amazing booth display, and this year was no exception.  Liz incorporated a border of vintage post cards on the wall displaying her 2011 calendar, and tissue paper streamers on the wall displaying her new letterpress birthday calendar — both of which are destined to be a huge hit later this year:

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Linda-&-harriett2{photo by Amanda Nistor}

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Linda-Harriett-NSS-Birthday-Calendar{linda & harriett}

In addition to fantastic stationery, I loved all the cute details over at Cat Seto — from the fabric rosettes to the hand-drawn armoire fabric display:

  
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Cat-Seto-NSS-Calendar{Cat also creates an annual calendar, and this year she's also created a baby milestone calendar as a perfect gift for new parents}

Cat-Seto-NSS5{pom pom pencils — too cute!}

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Cat-Seto-NSS4{cat seto}

The ladies from Hello!Lucky created one of my favorite booths from NSS 2009, and luckily my expectations were also met for this year's show.  The team rescued a few of the pink coffee filter garland's created for Eunice's wedding last year as a lovely complement to grosgrain ribbon displays for all of the new Hello!Lucky cards and prints:

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HelloLucky-NSS3{hello!lucky}

As a girl with a weakness for vintage stamps and ribbon (not to mention gorgeous letterpress stationery), I was pretty much in heaven over at the combined booth of Carta, Inc. and Albertine Press.  So between Angela's new francobolli line of vintage stamp greeting cards and Shelley's letterpress library, what more could I possibly ask for?

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Carta-Inc-NSS-Pikku
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Carta-Inc-NSS-Francobolli3{carta, inc.}

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Albertine-Press-NSS3{albertine press}

More soon!

{unless otherwise noted, all photos by Oh So Beautiful Paper}

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  1. I really wish I could have been at nss but being
    at the other side of the globe doesn’t really
    make it easy >.< thank you for sharing!

    Reply

  2. i loveeeee all these cards!
    letterpress card is very new to me and hardly find any in my country
    but i believe this trend will find its way here sooner or later
    i love the patterns esp by linda & harriet and many other oh I can’t name them. They are just too many whom i like. I am so inspired just viewing your blog.

    Reply

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