Kate and Birdie


I fell in love with this stationery company a few years back when I saw a feature of them in House and Home magazine. I had seen some of their cards at book stores, but I had no idea that they were from Winnipeg! At the time I was busy planning my wedding, and I wanted something unique for my invitations. I called Gloria, the owner of Kate and Birdie, and was able to come to her studio to meet with her and discuss card options. I ended up going with a simple one-sided card, and I ordered a custom made stamp with the wedding details on it. I loved how my invites turned out, and I always search for Kate and Birdies newest creations whenever I am looking for a card.

Last year I was in Toronto for a girls week-end, and I found the cutest wrapping paper in a specialty store. I was pregnant at the time, and I couldn't resist buying a piece of paper with the intention of framing it and hanging it in the nursery. It wasn't until I got home that I realized the paper was none other than Kate and Birdie! Here's how it looks now, in the nursery.


Christine said...

love that wrapping paper and LOVE what you did with it! Such a good idea to frame it in the nursery! The pic of the pine wrapping paper you shared is gorgeous too. Unfortunately for me, I bet it costs a pretty penny... :)

Erika said...

Thanks! Yeah, the paper is probably too expansive to wrap with, but it definitely makes for an inexpensive art piece!

Gloria @ Kate & Birdie said...

Hello Erika!

Thank you for the lovely post! It was wonderful meeting you and I love what you've done with our bunnies wrapping paper. Congratulations on your little one!

My best,