Best of Boston

Best Stationery

2022 Best Stationery

Gus & Ruby Letterpress

Whether they’re teaming up with other A-list local vendors on gorgeous editorial shoots or churning out gasp-worthy stationery suites for in-the-know couples (think: handmade deckled-edge [...] read more»
2020 Best Stationery

Fête Collection

Receiving a wedding invitation in the mail is always exciting. But when your guests open the envelope and discover, say, a custom illustration of your [...] read more»
2019 Best Stationery

Loyal Supply Co.

Husband-and-wife team Ryan and Kimberly Habbyshaw take the term “locally made” seriously: Watch as the paper enthusiasts bring their witty, colorful greeting cards to life [...] read more»
2018 Best Stationery

Of Note Stationers

In an effort to revive the lost art of everyday note-writing, Kate Kellman and Isabel Bonenfant founded Of Note Stationers, a small paper-goods company that [...] read more»
2017 Best Stationery

Of Note

Of Note cofounders Kate Kellman and Isabel Bonenfant relish the little things, and they want you to as well. Their minimalist notes and cards encourage [...] read more»
2016 Best Stationery

Goosefish Press

Tucked away on the SoWa stretch of Harrison Avenue, Goosefish Press stocks the kind of letterpress cards that make you buy first and figure out [...] read more»
2012 Best Stationery, Wedding

Paper Moss

The owners of this local company, Emily Hostetler and Anna Fenno, use environ-mentally friendly cotton paper and soy-based inks to craft letterpress suites with quirky [...] read more»
2010 Best Stationery

Robert Charlton

Robert Charlton uses a vintage letterpress to produce classic handset type on textured card stock. His invitations, stationery, and note cards will impress party guests [...] read more»
2009 Best Stationery

Rugg Road Paper Company

This little Charles Street stationer is a dream for do-it-yourselfers, packed as it is with almost 300 kinds of handmade papers (and a wall of [...] read more»
2008 Best Stationery, North


This is just to say that the apology note you left on the fridge didn't quite cut it, and the person whose sweet, cold plums [...] read more»