Custom Business Stationery Suite


One of the best ways is to consistently connect with them throughout the year. Sending e-mails and texts may be quick and easy but sending a hand written note IN THE MAIL is in a completely different echelon these days.

Jason Sampson, of the Tampa based law firm, Venerable Law, is very aware of that. Along with a desire to keep the beauty of letterpress alive in Tampa, he wanted to connect with his clients in a sincere and timeless way.


We began by talking paper and looking at his already classic branded logo(s), as well as deciding where to invest in letterpress. The process of letterpress isn’t cheap, so deciding where you want to elevate your company with its art is an important decision to distinguish. Putting together a full business stationery suite is such a rewarding feeling for a printer like me, from hand cutting the paper to mixing the ink, seeing it all come together is quite a treat. Working with someone who knows the value of quality and trusts you to create something he’s proud to hand clients is the cherry on top. Here’s what we came up with!


LETTERHEAD - 80lb Cover Starbright Tiara Paper. - We wanted the paper to be extra thick and still able to run through his inkjet printer in the office.

RETURN ADDRESS ENVELOPE PRINTING - 80lb High quality square flap envelopes in stone grey. We went all the way with this one, letterpress printing each envelope, instead of out sourcing flat inkjet address printing.

STATIONERY (A6) - 110lb Cover Starbright Tiara. We created a clean and classic note card on the perfect piece of writing paper by matching the design to that of his logo and letterhead fonts. These envelopes also received letterpress return address printing.

5X7 CUSTOM NOTEPADS - 120lb Classic Linen Cover in Epic Black/Charcoal Duplex & writing paper (50 sheets per pad). These custom bound notepads were made to help keep order in and around the office. The pads are glued so they make it easy to use as tear-away notes or classic journals. We used one of Jason’s modern logo’s and debossed it extra deep with grey ink on grey paper. Multiple people have asked me if its Louis Vuitton and I’m not mad about it :D!