Hoboken’s Hudson Paperie to Move to New Location This May

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One of the best parts of living in Hoboken is shopping locally at one-of-a-kind stores, which is why Hudson Paperie has always been one of Hoboken Girl’s top-rated cute find shops on Washington Street. Shoppers could find everything from custom wedding stationery to balloons, stationery, desk accessories, and more. However, it looks like Hudson Paperie’s days in this part of the Mile Square are coming to an end —  this beloved local spot is moving to a soon-to-be-released new location in another part of Hoboken this May. 

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About the Move

Hudson Paperie has been one of the Mile Square’s go-to destinations for all things wedding invitation and design over the past few years. Founded by Chelsey Blake in 2015, Hudson Paperie’s website says, “We are a fierce group of women who are in love with details and obsessed with design. We’re brave, we’re bold, and we’re not afraid to stray from the norm.”

It continues, “To the world, we design stationery, but to us, we create a piece of history. Your history.”

Now, however, this beloved shop is moving to a new home. Although the new location is still to be determined, Hudson Paperie will be moving into another location on May 1st of this year, founder Chelsey said.

Chelsey’s new venture, however, will focus exclusively on creating and selling custom stationery.

“We want to focus solely on custom stationery design {primarily on wedding stationery}, so we’ll be relocating to a smaller studio space where we can meet with our design clients,” Chelsey explained.

“After opening in 2015, I had always hoped to be able to transition into custom stationery design full-time and nearly five years later [I] am able to realize that dream. We will be hosting a Moving Sale in the coming weeks.”

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Hudson Paperie + Weddings

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Now, entering the world of custom stationery, especially wedding stationery, is not something that Hudson Paperie is unfamiliar with.

In fact, the shop creates pieces for 300 weddings annually. No wonder Hudson Paperie has been nationally recognized as The Knot’s Best of Weddings 2019 Pick and has been featured on Brides.com.

In addition to working with brides and grooms, Hudson Paperie also offers gift-wrapping services, balloon orders, and hosts workshops and events {something we hope continues in the new space —we’re looking at you, calligraphy workshops!}.

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Beyond Weddings + Stationery 

Hudson Paperie’s current services also include hand and digital calligraphy, custom monogram design, custom watercolors and sketch artwork, assembly and mailing services, and custom postage and vintage postage curation. In addition to all its creative services, the current Hudson Paperie is also half boutique, where shoppers can find everything from wedding or bachelorette gifts to Valentine’s and Galentine’s Day gifts and little trinkets.

We’ll keep you updated on the developing news about Hudson Paperie’s future location, and we can all rest assured that the new shop will be just as great as the current one is. “Though we’ve loved being able to connect with the Hoboken community through our retail gift shop, we’re looking forward to this transition,” Chelsey said.

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Stephanie Osmanski writes honest things about health, the planet, and being a woman. Her words have appeared on Business Insider, Parade, Eat This Not That, Dogster, Scary Mommy, Green Matters, Parents, Seventeen, Life & Style, InTouch Weekly, and more. Her articles have been syndicated on World Economic Forum, MSN, MSN UK, and MSN Canada. In her free time, Stephanie and her registered therapy dog, Koda, volunteer at local hospitals, nursing homes, and other healthcare facilities.


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