3x Out-of-the-box handmade stationery


I love beautiful and unique stationery. And despite the digital era, pretty paper designs are still coveted items. At the Engaged event that I visited on Saturday, I was drooling over the many creative handmade paper goods. The designers were there to show their wedding samples, but they also make stationery for other occasions like birth announcements, birthdays, parties and events, and so on. Reason enough to highlight them in a separate blog post. Here they are:

Mino Paper Sweets

Mino Paper Sweets is run by graphic designer Liesbeth Van Cauteren who tries to add a bit of sparkle to every design. She makes customised creations for weddings and birth announcements and also a variety of postcards, gift paper, gift bags and stamps. Every design comes from her own hand and is therefore unique.

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Oh so pretty party

Oh so pretty party makes personalized stationery for any occasion. From hand-illustrated save-the-dates, to invites wrapped in a pretty box or handmade envelope. They also make pretty goodies to complete your party or wedding day like cake toppers, decorations, confetti, and gift labels. Their designs are fresh, playful and out-of-the-box.

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De Liefdesfabriek

De Liefdesfabriek is a design studio for wedding stationery. They create handmade save the dates, menus, invites and thank you notes. According to the owner Vivian, a custom concept doesn’t have to be expensive. There are plenty of creative possibilities to design something that reflects you and is affordable.

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