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New Business Alert: Jolly Edition Stationery (Photos)
Add a whimsical touch to your wedding day with one-of-a-kind invitations and portraits. By Irina Grechko
A sample of Jolly Edition's designs. All photographs courtesy of Tom Hart and Laura Shema.
Comments () | Published June 19, 2013

What better way to announce the celebration of your relationship than with stationery as unique as your love story? By way of England and New York, Tom Hart and Laura Shema—the husband-and-wife team that is Jolly Edition—have recently settled in Baltimore, which is great news for local couples seeking custom invitations, RSVP cards, and save-the-date announcements. All of Jolly Edition’s work is entirely sketched and painted by hand, allowing for truly personalized, beautiful wedding stationery.

Whether you are looking to include details from your proposal or your first-date story, or want to announce your wedding theme in a clever way, Jolly Edition works with each couple to literally paint a pretty picture of their upcoming nuptials. Not getting married anytime soon? Jolly Edition also creates bespoke keepsake wedding portraits, which make fabulous—and personal—wedding gifts.

Scroll down for photos of Jolly Edition’s rustic printed goods, and Pinterest away.

For a price quote or to learn more, call 443-968-0779 or e-mail hello@jollyedition.com.


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  • Melanie @ My Friend in DC

    This is beautiful work! Are you based here in DC? I'd love to feature you in the Local Artisan theme of the My Friend in DC's custom guidebooks!

  • kitsonian

    Thank you Melanie! We're based in Ellicott City, Maryland, so not far away. You can get in touch with us via hello@jollyedition.com

    Thanks again!

  • kitsonian

    Thank you for your kind words about our work. We're a company of two making unique products for people who want unforgettable celebrations. All the kind words our admirers send our way are very gratefully received!

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