Etiquette

 
 

Handwritten correspondence spoken from the heart is one of the most generous, personal ways to express one’s feelings. Whether sending a note or a card, an invitation or a letter, journaling or jotting, it’s always nice to let someone know that you took a moment to think of him or her.

Let us help you with your next party, celebration, or milestone. Our experienced team is available to assist you with our unique product selection, tips on etiquette and proper protocol. With decades of experience, we have a myriad of etiquette files to fit your style. From classic Crane & Co. to modern day trendy there’s a way to word your event. The wide range of rules and tools is constantly evolving and what’s most important is that it’s distinctively you.

 
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Merci

As an example, when writing a “Thank You” note, mention the gift or favor, note the intended use or special quality of the item and keep a cheerful and upbeat tone.

It's all in the details

Presentation and detail is everything. Consider using beautiful papers, cards, wax seals and even personalized ribbons to make your communication stand out.

Return to Sender

For those special occasions, invitations should be properly addressed, and include the name, date, time, place and attire. Enclose easy to use reply cards with stamped, pre-addressed envelopes.