Ceramicist, designer, and consummate entertainer Jonathan Adler is known for his hand-crafted home goods and his luxe yet light-hearted approach to interior decorating (and more importantly, partying). His vision of Modern American Glamour draws inspiration from the most stylish homes of the mid-century and accessorizes it with a bit of contemporary wit. Now, you can entertain with a similar dose of cheek and chic with Jonathan Adler stationery—available online and on paper.
Open up your home to guests with the same verve you use to decorate and send an invitation that’s equally festive and fashionable. Have your friends over for rumaki and grasshoppers in the conversation pit with invitations styled in Adler’s glamorous finishes like mosaic tile-inspired patterns, tropical caning, or graphic geometric-print wallpaper. Entertain with a sunny spirit (even when the days are short) with holiday invitations in rich Technicolor palettes and quirky shapes. For children who haven’t yet caught the decorating bug, you’ll find invitations in playfully charming designs perfect for your Cindy, Bobby, or Jan Brady. (Marcia can handle her own party planning.)
Speaking of parties of the decade: if you dreamed of a Krystle Carrington wedding as a kid, Jonathan Adler’s stationery lets you celebrate the big day in similarly high style—with cheeky invitations for a blowout bachelorette, too. Plus, our online RSVP tracking and guest messaging tools let you plan your Me Decade wedding with futuristic precision.
If you put Jonathan Adler’s Happy Chic decor on your registry, you can find stationery to match your new home’s mood (or announce your arrival as a gay divorcée). Send your thank you notes and other fond greetings with notecards decorated in some of Adler’s signature designs—Greek key borders, chevrons, and his famous Nixon print. His kids’ and babies’ stationery features whimsical illustrations drawn from his beloved needlepoint accessories of nautical wildlife and toy box goodies. (Best of all, it’s the only part of the nursery that won’t need childproofing.)
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