It’s hard to believe that today is the final day of the Stationery Show in New York – but don’t worry, I have so much more to share with you from this year’s show! Yesterday I was lucky enough to have photographer Brian Tropiano join me to help out on photo duty at the show, which made me a very happy blogger! First up today, Figs and Ginger, who put together one of my favorite booth displays for this year’s show, hands down. You saw a sneak peek of the new wood collection at the last Gift Fair, but the full collection of wedding and party goods made its big debut at the Stationery Show with amazing silhouette cake toppers, banners, wood signs, and dress hangers for wedding party members. Just stunning!
Right across the aisle, Laurel Denise was exhibiting at the show with her totally awesome calendar/planner. You’ll get a sneak peek at the 2012 version below, which is totally adorable with some fun patterns and multiple cover color options. See that large scale version that Laurel made just for her booth display? I’m trying to convince her to figure out how to actually make that for people to use in their own offices. How awesome would that be? I know I could use one!
After making her big debut at last year’s show, Anna from Rifle Paper Co. was back this year with even more gorgeous stationery – including gold foil note cards, multiple calendars, note pads, coasters, and prints. So much pretty!
I looooove those watercolor cards!
I always love the Linda & Harriett booth at the Stationery Show, and this year was no exception. This year Liz is exhibiting two calendar formats, including a hanging letterpress calendar and a totally gorgeous and larger scale watercolor calendar, along with new versions of a Linda + Harriett classic – note pads!
Check back in a bit for more from the Stationery Show!
Photo Credits: Brian Tropiano for Oh So Beautiful Paper, please do not repost without permission
So great to see you again Nole! Thanks so much for coming through and taking the time to talk to all of us. Your coverage is always so thorough!
Thanks (and well done) to Brian for the beautiful photos in that awful lighting!!
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