new: banquet stationery

I have a feeling that this year’s stationery show is going to be a good one. After a few hit-or-miss years, I’m loving the little peeks of new designs I’ve been seeing. One of the studios I’m most excited to see in person is Vancouver’s Banquet. They’ve always got beautiful cards, but this year they’re debuting new prints, notepads and — my favorite — temporary tattoos. I think Tattly really started the trend of well-designed temporary tattoos, and I can’t wait to see Banquet’s spin on them. So far, that sweet little rabbit design below feels promising. Banquet is also debuting a print honoring the sea animals of the Gulf Coast and some awesome neon script notecards. Click here to check out the collection online and visit them in person at NSS if you’re in town! xo, grace


More new designs from Banquet after the jump . . .


  1. I love the script and the color combos. I love seeing great stationary. There is nothing quite like a crisp box of brilliant cardstock.

  2. marri says:

    We <3 Banquet – we have their "Burrowing Animals" print in our living room and they're one of our go-to design shops for gifts! Love this new stuff – thanks for sharing!

  3. Cal says:

    These pieces are beautiful – absolutely love the neon ‘pop’ of the lettering in the first photo.

  4. liana says:

    Reaaly love Banquet (and stationary in general)~ thanks for the heads up!

  5. I can’t wait to meet them at the stationary show. :-) I’ll be there!

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