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Tue-Fri, 11am-7pm; Sat-Sun, noon-6pm; Mon, closed
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1 at Christopher St.-Sheridan Sq.; A, B, C, D, E, F, M at W. 4th St.-Washington Sq.
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This rustic stationery shop uses two 75-year-old Heidelberg letterpresses to craft distinctive invitations, baby announcements, business cards, and personalized notes. In addition to custom printing, owners (and sisters) Beth and Amy Salvini also sell a select array of birthday, seasonal, and just-for-fun cards by independent designers such as Hammerpress, Snow & Graham, and Paper + Cup, as well as stylish Kobo-scented candles with unique fusion scents like white-birch rosemary and green-pearl jasmine. The store also carries calendars, journals, desk accessories, and graphic floral-printed wrapping paper so beautiful that you might be more inclined to frame it than toss it away.
Key DepartmentsWedding Invitations
Sisters Amy Swanson and Beth Salvini’s print shop emanates old-world charm and focuses on handmade items and high-end stationery. Their letterpresses are powered with 100 percent wind energy, and all the work is done in-house, so clients can expect to receive individual attention. A set of 100 custom-printed invitations starts at $440.
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