We’re Not Just for Weddings…

We are happy to have Crane & Co. provide us with some of the most unique and beautiful boxed stationery you can imagine! 

First, let’s talk a little about Crane & Co…

Crane Stationery has been making a mark on the world for over 200 years, and because of this, they are part of the fabric of American life.

From free-spirited travelers undertaking their own Grand Tour to business ambassadors abroad, a handwritten message on bespoke stationery says more than an email or Facebook post ever could – no matter what language it’s written in.

A few good notions from Crane & Co.’s philosophy…


Everyone could use a little color in a long day. That may mean the joy of receiving a letter in the mail from a distant friend, or just a smile from someone whose day has been brightened by a hand-written message from a surprising source. It can mean a few moments at your own desk, dashing off a note to a friend or colleague. This is our business and it will never go out of style.


How you show up preempts what you have to say. Do not leave it to chance. Dress nicely, speak with clarity and dignity, listen with an open mind… And keep stationery nearby.


With every sheet of paper we produce, with every invitation we engrave, and with every box of thank you cards we deliver, we see possibility. We know that each new beginning is an opportunity to signal thoughtful purpose and provide the foundation for great things to come.


What we do is to make beautiful things so that other people can share a moment of themselves with both loved ones and the world. To allow others to express themselves is our job, and we’re proud of it.


The twenty-first century has spawned a new rediscovery that making things by hand, and sharing them with your friends and loved ones, is one of life’s most satisfying experiences. We are an original American Maker, and have been at the vanguard of this movement for over 200 years.

A final note…

In today’s digital world, Crane & Co. pride themselves on helping customers to make their own individual mark on this world.

Just like Stephen Crane back in 1770, today Crane customers the world over are standing up for individuality.