Creating your own personalized correspondence materials is easier than you might imagine. Whether you run a self-employed business or need to send out mass invitations, customized mailings add an air of sophistication and professionalism you don’t get with generic stationery. Design your own yellow address labels, or order note cards with a monogrammed letterhead–find a theme that speaks to your style and personality, and run with it. Take your stationery game to the next the level.
Customizing your stationery, whether for holiday cards or thank you notes, shows you care about presentation. You want to send friends, family and correspondents mail that looks respectable, special and, above all, impressive. In an age of mass emails and text messaging, sending mail has become a somewhat rare occurrence. A letter is something special, and deserves to be sent with care and attention.
To truly make your stationery stand out, you want a common theme throughout each component. For instance, a note card with a yellow letter head is complemented well by yellow address labels or envelope designs. Keeping the style and theme in line creates a clean, uniform appearance for your correspondence. Customizable envelopes are also available, which gives your letter a cohesive look inside and out. Depending on the recipient, select from a number of design templates, from fun and bold to sleek and professional.
There are hundreds stationery design schemes to build upon. Some are minimal: simple letter heads, clean lines. Others are more elaborate: busy patterns, bright colors. Each style makes a different statement about your personality, as well as the contents of the letter. When choosing the right design, always keep context in mind.
You may not always send letters anymore; when you do, however, send them in style. Your stationery is an extension of your thoughts and personality. Find a style that best reflects you.
"This card is PERFECT! It turned out pretty much exactly as it looks online. The quality of the material, however, does seem a little cheap. But not enough so that I wouldn't order these again."