The Best Stationery Shops in America

Browse the best sources for stylish paper goods in the country.

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Vigo Cards

This online store is one of the most comprehensive sources for alternative, innovative and indie stationery. Browse over 50 brands to find just the right card, note paper or gift wrap.

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Paper Source

This is pretty much the ultimate source in stationery. From custom printing, to cool gift wrap (and notepads, labels and cards), Paper Source offers tons of products all done up in a colorful signature style. Check the website for locations.

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Dear Hancock

With pieces designed by a husband and wife team, this LA-based paper goods store offers an array of stationery and cards featuring the couples' unmistakable illustrations.

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The Press Room & Co

Carrying products from a select group of experienced and passionate stationery designers, The Press & Co is dedicated to bringing quality design and a unique perspective to a wider audience. And all at an affordable price.

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Yellow Owl Workshop

This Florida-based print shop offers eco-friendly and handmade invites and cards—we particularly like their "everyday cards"—with colorful, graphic designs. Also, the stamp sets and activity kits offer a fun way to put a personalized spin on your own stationery.

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Lilikoi

With a passion for the handwritten note and a steadfast dedication to the "mother earth," LA-based Lilikoi designer Andrea delivers classically stylish products that are good for the environment, too.

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Wildhorse Press

This Kansas-based press features vintage-looking stationery inspired by the fields of sunflowers and twisting tornados of its home state.

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Hammerpress

This small stationery shop, owned and operated out of Kansas City, Missouri, brings a cool, graphic sensibility—and charming wit—to its paper products.

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Mr. Boddington

Famous for classic-yet-quirky "couture wedding correspondence," Mr. Boddington infuses its stationery with luxurious bespoke details, like hand-painted designs, illustrations and hand-lined envelopes, all of which the company personally does in its NYC studio. Head to the the website to find out where their products are stocked, shop online or make an appointment to visit the studio for the full VIP treatment.

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Gold Teeth

This small, Brooklyn-based print shop is making a name for itself with unexpected and sweet designs—like a set of cards dedicated to your favorite breakfast foods or a card adorned with a hand-painted canoe (with the words "Let's canoodle" scrawled across it).

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Nineteen Seventy Three

(Okay, this store is based in the UK, but you can easily buy their product in the US.)

Started by husband and wife team James and Emma Emmerson and named for the pair's birth year, this stylish stationery shop offers a wide array of products inspired by everything from contemporary art and fashion to vintage signage and textiles. What's more, nearly all the products are made from recycled paper or from sustainable forests and use biodegradable cello bags and acid free inks. Head to the company's website to see stockists or purchase online.

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Vigo Cards

This online store is one of the most comprehensive sources for alternative, innovative and indie stationery. Browse over 50 brands to find just the right card, note paper or gift wrap.

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Paper Source

This is pretty much the ultimate source in stationery. From custom printing, to cool gift wrap (and notepads, labels and cards), Paper Source offers tons of products all done up in a colorful signature style. Check the website for locations.

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Dear Hancock

With pieces designed by a husband and wife team, this LA-based paper goods store offers an array of stationery and cards featuring the couples' unmistakable illustrations.

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The Press Room & Co

Carrying products from a select group of experienced and passionate stationery designers, The Press & Co is dedicated to bringing quality design and a unique perspective to a wider audience. And all at an affordable price.

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Yellow Owl Workshop

This Florida-based print shop offers eco-friendly and handmade invites and cards—we particularly like their "everyday cards"—with colorful, graphic designs. Also, the stamp sets and activity kits offer a fun way to put a personalized spin on your own stationery.

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Lilikoi

With a passion for the handwritten note and a steadfast dedication to the "mother earth," LA-based Lilikoi designer Andrea delivers classically stylish products that are good for the environment, too.

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Wildhorse Press

This Kansas-based press features vintage-looking stationery inspired by the fields of sunflowers and twisting tornados of its home state.

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Hammerpress

This small stationery shop, owned and operated out of Kansas City, Missouri, brings a cool, graphic sensibility—and charming wit—to its paper products.

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Mr. Boddington

Famous for classic-yet-quirky "couture wedding correspondence," Mr. Boddington infuses its stationery with luxurious bespoke details, like hand-painted designs, illustrations and hand-lined envelopes, all of which the company personally does in its NYC studio. Head to the the website to find out where their products are stocked, shop online or make an appointment to visit the studio for the full VIP treatment.

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Gold Teeth

This small, Brooklyn-based print shop is making a name for itself with unexpected and sweet designs—like a set of cards dedicated to your favorite breakfast foods or a card adorned with a hand-painted canoe (with the words "Let's canoodle" scrawled across it).

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Nineteen Seventy Three

(Okay, this store is based in the UK, but you can easily buy their product in the US.)

Started by husband and wife team James and Emma Emmerson and named for the pair's birth year, this stylish stationery shop offers a wide array of products inspired by everything from contemporary art and fashion to vintage signage and textiles. What's more, nearly all the products are made from recycled paper or from sustainable forests and use biodegradable cello bags and acid free inks. Head to the company's website to see stockists or purchase online.

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