The first question we get is, "What is the correct spelling of this product?" Sometimes it’s spelled "stationary" and other times it’s "stationery." To set the record straight, stationary (with an "ary") describes something sitting in a fixed place. Stationery (with an "ery") is the spelling that refers to personal or business correspondence products.
Our designers and artists at Digby & Rose in Washington DC create some of the most unique and custom stationery products for your personal and business use, or to use for your wedding.
We design and print products like letterhead paper (A4 stationery containing your logo and contact details for your communications with customers and suppliers), compliments slips (usually cut-down versions of your letterhead paper, typically attached to documents or checks you send out), as well as custom business cards, note cards, wedding stationery, and thank you cards.
Searching for a fun and unique gift idea, not sure what to get that special someone for their birthday or special event, Digby & Rose can create personalized stationary sets as custom gifts for that special person in your life.
Before your business places another office-supply order from a big chain in the DC, Maryland, or Virginia areas (like Staples or OfficeMax) or when you’re looking for custom stationery products for personal use, weddings, or for a gift, contact us by phone or send us an email to find out about our custom stationery designs and letterpress printing options.