Whether it’s a yes, please, a do come or a thank you, you’re chief correspondent. But lately you’ve been hard-pressed to find letters of distinction.
Next time you write, do it with Marby & Elm Store.
Founded by Brit designer Eleanor Tattersfield, the company’s charming stationery speaks volumes. A small team uses high-quality paper stock from GFSmith and antique wooden and metal Victoria type and illustrative blocks to craft writing paper, invitations, posters and note cards in a North London studio (Tattersfield fast outgrew her original factory — a shed in her Hampstead garden).
Choose from ready-made packs bearing initials, words and icons (cabbage, wheelbarrow, toadstool, hearts, stars) or place a special order.
It’s the kind of correspondence that gets everyone’s stamp of approval.
Photo: Courtesy of Marby & Elm Store