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Chelsea Fine Stationery

High quality and affordable personalised stationery from these London based experts.

Next time you send out a party invitation, save the date or thank you card - why not employ the services of Chelsea Fine Stationery? This crack team of London stationers ((formerly CLD Stationery) have been designing high quality, affordable personal stationery for thirty years, so you can be confident that you are placing yourself in the best of hands. In this age of easy online communication, it is even more important to make an effort when sending things by post.

CREATE THE RIGHT IMPRESSION

Chelsea Fine Stationery will be able to help you with each stage of the design process, from the general style and design of your stationery, to ensuring that you are using the correct wording. Wave goodbye to embarrassing spelling mistakes and grammatical gaffes; these experts in stationery etiquette will check, and check again for errors.

WHAT SORT OF STATIONERY CAN THEY DO?

Chelsea Fine Stationery can create anything for you, from announcements, headed writing paper, correspondence cards, change of address cards, and wedding invitations to personalised guest books and rubber stamps.

SO HOW DO I ORDER?

There are several ways to go about ordering your stationery. The simplest way is to choose from the wide range of products shown on the site. All you have to do is provide the text and select the typestyle, paper and ink colours you wish to use. The team at Chelsea Fine Stationery will lay out your order and email a black and white proof for you to approve before printing. Printing takes between seven to ten working days after approval. It is possible to ask to see some samples beforehand.

Another way to order is to visit the studio in London and put together a bespoke order directly with the Chelsea Fine Stationery team; this way you will be able to see and feel hundreds of samples and go through any ideas you may have. Otherwise, Chelsea Fine Stationery is more than happy to take orders by phone or be email.

February 2014