The Hudson Paperie on Washington Street {Stationery and Gifts}

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There’s nothing like a handwritten note or a letter in the mail that makes you feel warm and fuzzy. The thoughtfulness that goes into the details of a gift that is carefully purchased doesn’t go unnoticed, and that’s why when a shop like Hudson Paperie pops up, you want to frequent it as much as possible. If you have been in Hoboken for a few years, you probably remember the shop Yes I Do, located at 312 Washington Street — which has reopened as Hudson Paperie several months ago {with a similar concept — but also VERY [in a good way!] different}.

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When you walk into Hudson Paperie for a gift or greeting card — especially in a rush — you’re in luck. The shop now has gift items that range from bachelorette party supplies and wedding presents to first birthday and christening gifts.

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^So cute! 

Their card selection is quite extensive, and it was fun to explore it and read the cheeky sayings. Many of the cards are made by the famous Greenwich Letterpress in NYC — which if you’ve been to, you know if the real deal when it comes to stationery. And yes, grammar police says it’s stationEry, just FYI {huge pet peeve = stationAry means you’re not moving anywhere}.

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^A few from their holiday {and christening} card selection

There are also locally-made greeting cards by various artists…which you know we love.

#ShopLocal all day ‘err day!

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While the owner did take over the old Yes I Do shop, and it is a similar layout, you can tell that she really planned out the feng shui of the store and added some fun features — and the selection has been majorly updated {think: no more Vera Bradley #yeswesaidit}. The boutique is definitely more organized {by type of event or gift}, and there are some chic additions to the selections of gifts including Kate Spade and other top brands.


 

The owner really planned out the feng shui of the store and added some fun features — and the selection has been majorly updated {think: no more Vera Bradley #yeswesaidit}.


 

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If office {or cube} decor is more your thing, there are some stylish and girly options to update any work space into a mini-happy place.

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Of course, besides the gifts and other items for purchase, Hudson Paperie offers full wedding invitation services and save the dates for all of you Hoboken brides. Speaking of bridal, if you have an engagement party or other wedding event to go to, there are more wedding greeting cards and all of the Mr. & Mrs. stuff you could ever dream of {or want to give to your friends!}.

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Mr. & Mrs. tape and ribbon to close envelopes and for crafting. Too cute!

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^Ring dishes and other bridal-shower & engagement tchotchkes…gotta love ’em!

And last, but definitely not least: pet gifts — because you know your fur baby deserves the best.

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Overall, the staff is very friendly and helpful — and if you’re in a pinch {or have some time to peruse} for a milestone gift {1st birthday, wedding anniversary, etc} – this is definitely your spot. Will be back very soon — because those life events never stop and shopping locally is the way to go <3

Have you been to Hudson Paperie? What did you think?

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Jen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of HobokenGirl.com. With deep entrepreneurial roots in Hudson County — as her grandparents owned textile businesses on Tonnelle Ave in North Bergen dating back to the 50s — she started the site as a Hoboken resident to discover the amazing things happening in the area. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event or #HobokenGirlHelps volunteer project, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her two pups, or watching Bravo TV and ordering takeout with her husband.


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