Elum for Tiny Prints Birth Announcements, Party Invites, Thank You Cards & More
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First launched in 2001, Elum revitalized the centuries old art form of letterpress printing with high-style modern designs and sumptuous materials. Founder Melissa Foster had always had an obsession with design and fashion, and during her career with a small boutique print shop, she became a connoisseur on printing and specialty papers from around the world. She developed a love affair with seductively soft mould-made cotton rag papers and longed to put them to use. Pairing her love of modern design with luxurious materials, Melissa set out to transform stationery into a chic personal accessory, and Elum was born.
Through innovative modern design, relentless attention to detail and an unwavering commitment to quality, Elum is known for setting trends with high style stationery and invitation collections. Named one of the "10 Most Influential Invitation Designers" and published as one of "Today’s Top Stationery Designers," Elum has award-winning designs throughout each of its sumptuous collections. The boutique design and print shop has earned a loyal following, including a distinguished global customer base, discerning celebrity clientele and an ever-growing following of self-described "paper fanatics" everywhere.
IN THE PRESS:
Elum has been featured on "The Today Show" and in the pages of Vogue, In Style, People Magazine, Oprah Magazine, Us Magazine, In Style Weddings, Martha Stewart, Food & Wine, Martha Stewart Weddings, Modern Bride, Brides and many more.
"Inspiration is absolutely everywhere and it can be taken in through all five senses. It could be the way a good song makes me feel, the shapes found in architecture or jewelry or it could even be an unexpected color combination found in nature that could spawn a whole collection."
ON SENDING GREETING CARDS
"When I was a little girl we used to make paper flower baskets and cards for our neighbors on May Day. The surprise and delight experienced by the neighbor opening the door is the same feeling you get when you receive a little something in the mailbox. In fact, in our digital world, that feeling is magnified even more."