It’s already been a whirlwind couple of days at the National Stationery Show, and I can’t wait to share more images with all of you, including some seriously creative booth displays! Â Of course, booth styling is always a huge part of exhibitor experience at the National Stationery Show, and this year’s show is no exception. Â Mr. Boddington’s Studio had one of my favorite displays at last year’s show and this year they’re back with another stunning booth â€“ both created by artist Donald Graham Hersey:
Gorgeous new boxed note sets from Mr. Boddington’s Studio
Another creative booth display, this time from a first time exhibitor: Nashville-based eco-friendly stationer Arboreal. Â I’m loving the moss displays and the gorgeous wood sign, along with the beautiful Italian-inspired cards and gift tags.
Love the royal blue walls from another first time exhibitor Banquet Atelier and Workshop, which served as the perfect backdrop for Banquet’s nature-inspired prints, note cards, and patterned gift wrap.
I’ve been so happy to see (and meet!) so many new exhibitors at this year’s show. Â Portland’s Two Guitars made its trade show debut this year, with an adorable selection of screen printed and letterpress note cards and notebooks.
Loving this vellum card layered over a vintage map!
I’m totally smitten with the brand new wedding invitation and greeting card collection from The Nic Studio â€“ all featuring Nicole’s playful and whimsical illustrations:
Even with all of the new exhibitors, it’s so nice to catch up with favorites from previous show. Â I first fell for Urubbu‘s folk art and nature-inspired note cards at last year’s show, and I’m loving the new additions for this year’s collection!
That’s it for today, but I’ll have lots, lots more again tomorrow!
Photo Credits: Nole Garey for Oh So Beautiful Paper