In our email age, old-fashioned written correspondence is a refreshing throwback, like drinking a soda made with real sugar or watching the president hand someone a sword. Write a thank-you note to the past with today's deal. For $25 you get $50 worth of sophisticated stationary, customized invitations, gift items and more at Write Impressions on Airport Boulevard.
Launched in the early 1990s, Write Impressions has since swelled to a 3,500 sq. ft. paper and gift emporium with a comprehensive collection encompassing all facets of the gift-giving trade. Crabtree and Evelyn beauty products ($50 and under) share shelf real estate with Trapp candles and Trollbeads' build-your-own jewelry, while Vera Bradley accessories ($30 to $50 per item) form their own gaggle of quilted gear. Paper enthusiasts can find a wide variety of invitations and stationary, including wedding invitations born from the unbridled minds of designers like Crane and Co., Carlson Craft, and Stylart. Customers can also take advantage of on-site printing to create personalized note cards, stationary, or invitations to a holiday toupee swap, which generally range from $10 to $26 plus printing fees for a set of ten cards. Write Impressions' reservoir of goods is updated regularly, giving clients new items to admire and ceremoniously curtsey to on every visit.