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Best Stationery Stores In DFW

January 29, 2013 5:00 AM

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(Photo by Jason Smith/Getty Images for DeVries Public Relations)

(Photo by Jason Smith/Getty Images for DeVries Public Relations)

The following best stationary stores in Dallas Fort Worth make the art of letter writing all the more appealing. From handmade cards and greetings to inkwells for the experienced calligrapher’s hand, there’s many reasons to browse pretty papers instead of Internet greetings, and seal it all with a drip of old fashioned wax. In addition to basic scrapbooking and memory keeping needs, the following retailers also specialize in custom cards, invitations and announcements suited for both the event and your personal style.

Paper Affair
5710 West Lovers Lane, Suite 105       
Dallas, Texas 75209 
(214) 654-9545 
www.paperaffairdallas.com

It’s a paper affair to remember at this fine stationery store in Dallas, one of three locations in the area. From fine wedding and birth announcements, to special birthday cards and more, Paper Affair offers DFW’s largest selection of greetings and imprintables under one roof. The experienced stationery staff also welcomes all sorts of tricky etiquette questions to help you seal your announcements, invitations and greetings with class.

Needle in a Haystack
6911 Preston Road
Dallas, Texas 75205
(214) 528-2850
www.needleinahaystack.biz

It won’t take you long to find a needle in a haystack sort of greeting at this upscale Dallas stationery retailer. In business since 1970, when the shop opened as a needlepoint supplier, this local favorite grew into a labor of love. Wedding invitations are their specialty and the shop has been featured in Brides of North Texas. Offering elegant stationary from paper brands such as Cranes, Natural Impressions, Regas and Copper Willow, you’ll find affordable and creative greetings for all your needs.

Fete-Ish
322 West 7th St.
Dallas, TX 75208

(214) 948-9874

www.fete-ish.com

Not just for the greetings, this upscale invitation and home decor shop in Dallas has a wide selection of knick knacks, small and treasured gifts and local favorites to help you put together the perfect gift or greeting with flair. From their lavish assortment of candles to artwork from local artists, the selection is unique and well tailored for any gift recipient. If you need help customizing a personal gift, let the staff on hand wrap up a few favorites and remove guesswork without sacrificing thoughtfulness.

Write Selection
314 Preston Road Village
Dallas, TX 75230
(214) 750-0531
www.writeselection.net

The “write” selection for all of your stationery, invitation and exclusive greetings, this local retailer offers lots of fun and unique gifts. From stationery basics to decorative pens and a couture selection of greetings from designers like Vera Wang, you can shop for plenty of written word inspiration right in the heart of Dallas at the store’s Preston Village location. Should you need a bit of design assistance, the in-house graphic designer is more than able to bring your creative aspirations to life.

Byrd And Bleecker
4725 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, TX
(817) 989-1500
www.byrdandbleecker.com
As seen in Martha Stewart Weddings as well as the local Southern Living magazine, Byrd and Bleecker in Fort Worth, Texas offers tourists and locals a fine selection of handcrafted greetings, invitations and announcements. Offering a menagerie that range from some of the most elite stationery companies such as Mr. Boddington’s Studio, Bluebirds Letterpress, Spark Stationery and Sugar Plum, this stationery shop also provides customized holiday greetings and is located near some of the quaintest shops in the town. Take a stroll through the shops while visiting Fort Worth, and be sure to take home a few pretty papers to remember the Heart of Texas.

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Jodie Michalak is a freelance fashion and beauty editor with over 800 published articles. She’s a cosmetologist and skincare advocate who shares her knowledge and passion with a worldwide audience. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.

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