Shopping in Pittsburgh can be an adventure. Everything from fine foods, to unique textiles, to designer stationery is available. In fact, Pittsburgh has some of the best stationery stores around. Everything from fancy to fun, these five best has something for everyone. Whether you are shopping for sophistication, modern styles or custom theme’s Pittsburgh’s five best stationery stores will not disappoint.
Marjie Allon Stationery
5406 Walnut St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
One of the longest-standing stationery stores in Pittsburgh, Marjie Allon Stationery is one of the best places to find fine stationery and related items. Located in the quaint Shadyside part of town, this store has been run by Carole Davis for the past six years. Davis offers stationery and gifts that match anybody’s taste and style. While shopping in the bustling small business packed Walnut Street, shoppers can quickly identify Marjie Allon Stationery with its decorative store window and changing window display. Adorned with stationery window selections that showcase the shops items, the catching displays are only the tip to the iceberg of stationery delights inside.
731 1/2 Filbert St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15232
A self described “paper boutique,” Scribe has one of the widest varieties of stationery in the greater Pittsburgh area. This store offers stationery that is as individual as the shoppers themselves, including designer prints, letter pressing, custom invitations, calligraphy and designer giftwrapping. Scribe offers quantity and quality seven days a week and by appointment. Boutique in nature and designer in style, Scribe offers name brand styles and designs without leaving out anybody’s budget.
You’re Invited Fine Stationery
690 Washington Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15228
Stationery can be sophisticated, professional and elegant. You’re Invited takes all of these things into consideration with You’re Invited Fine Stationary’s products. Whether the occasion calls for floral prints, new baby themes, sophisticated styles or handmade craftsmanship, this store has its shelves full of options. Staying on top of the latest trends in design, fashion and style, the store refreshes its shelves with new designs regularly.
413 Wood St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
“Antique” is one way of describing Weldins stationery store. “Rich with history and creative options” is another. Although most people only use stationary for special occasions these days, previous generations used it on a daily basis. Weldins cherishes that historic significance with its overall store feeling. One of a kind pens, paper, envelopes, invitations and cards are waiting every shopper; this store offers stationery and other related supplies.
460 Perry Highway
Pittsburgh, PA 15229
Despite this store’s main focus on stamping, this store also has a wide variety of stationery to stamp on. Whether you are looking for fancy stationery that is already adorned with an array of styles or you want to decorate your own, this store is a one stop shop, offering everything from stationery and stamps to classes on learning how to stamp and create your own finished products.
Angel Rodrigues relocated to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and loves exploring all things in the ‘Burgh. Whether it’s the local eateries, bakeries or shopping outlets, Pittsburgh is an exciting place to explore. You can find her work on http://www.examiner.com/user-artificiallyawake.