Teach your children their letters—thank you notes, dispatches to Grandma, and other important pieces of correspondence—with babies’ and kids’ stationery. Discover designs as sweet as your little one’s nursery decor, with plenty of room for personalization. You’re doing the bulk of the ghostwriting, after all, so you should get to do a bit of the art direction, too. Traditionalists will find stationery for kids in classic motifs for the young—printed baby bunting in pinks and blues, pint-sized zoo animals, and classic toybox amusements. For a modern spin on these staples, consider Petit Collage’s woodblock toy-inspired menagerie or Marimekko’s Scandinavian rec room accoutrements, like their classic Bo Boo cars or Rulla hobby giraffes. For tots with far-flung relatives, photo stationery lets you include a cute portrait of your little one with every letter. It’s easy to add your favorite portraits, and we make it possible to crop, color filter, or otherwise make sure your photo stays in the perfect part of the frame. Photo options from Rifle Paper Co. let you dress up your family snapshots with a few of Anna Bond’s signature botanicals and more traditional notecards let you adorn your kid’s words with the same natural flourishes. Even if the color scheme is kid-friendly, you can start your kid off with something classic. Put their initials on their notecards and accent them with an elegant border—Jonathan Adler’s witty monogrammed stationery options bridge the gap between high chair and high design.
With the online design tool, you’ll be able to tweak the color and typeface you set your kids’ name in, but if you’re in need of something as unique as your progeny, contact our Personal Design Services team for a helping hand. They can handle small adjustments (like creating a colorway that matches Junior’s favorite color or adding additional photos to a design) or help you craft a fully custom set of stationery for your kid’s letters of note. Order enough notecards to last your child through their first 12 years of Christmas and birthday presents, and then graduate them into personal stationery or thank you cards that suit their new maturity.