Note to Sender
Bell’Invito is an indelible link to the past
Let?s be honest: If you?re like us, your holiday thank-yous have yet to be postmarked.
To be brutally honest, we?d say our thank-you notes are languishing in that weird other dimension where pen meets paper.
But thanks to Dallas-based Bell?Invito?s stationery, we can all soon be minding our manners better.
The nine-year-old printing company--an offshoot of Uptown?s beloved home-goods store Nest--features five distinct collections (Couture, Signature, Studio, Professional and Social) and, as a result, has made a name among the cognoscenti for skillfully fusing old-school elements (like their late 19th-century printing presses) with newfangled tweaks.
Of the latter, we?re enamored with their innovative postage-included stationery ($11 for a pack that includes two cards and two envelopes), succinctly engraved with the words ?Much Appreciated.? The 110-pound recycled cardstock and 80-pound envelopes should substantially show your thankfulness.
And if you need a little more nudging? Well, one look at these gorgeously chic to-do pads (set of two 4? x 9? pads, each 25 pages; $14.50) and we knew we?d found a surefire way to fast-track the whole endeavor.