Whimsy notes from Nantucket

My mother always taught me to write a thank you note. A text is nice, a phone call is better, but a hand written thank you note is the truest way to show gratitude. It is quickly becoming a lost art in todays fast paced world, who actually gets snail mail anymore? The only things I have to look forward to in my mail are bills and jury summons; so I am always very happy to receive a sweet note.fullsizeoutput_2575


Throughout college I have tried to make a habit of writing thank you notes. I wrote them whenever I had an interview, to my boss after completing an internship, and to anyone who took the time to meet with me for networking. Thank you notes are not just for presents your grandma sent you. People value there time and when they give you it for free a thank you note is the least you can do. Clearly I love a good thank you note and I love writing them on adorable stationary.fullsizeoutput_2576

Currently I am using Sara Fitz hydrangea notes for all my stationary needs! I love the whimsy, colorful designs Sara Fitz offers. In addition to note cards they also make wrapping paper and a variety of homeware. All of the designs are classic, colorful, and capture the New England spirit perfectly. Sara and her husband Miles met on Nantucket almost 15 years ago and in 2016 launched Sara Fitz, the lifestyle brand all New Englanders have been dying for!

Looking at the hydrangea note cards sitting on my desk I am transported back to summers on Cape Cod with my grandparents. Sending a hand written note is the perfect way to show someone you care, and I love sending it on a note card that is representative of who I am. I love New England, who I am has been greatly shaped by where I grew up. Sara Fitz designs tie together a mosaic of New England and I am in love! Be sure to follow Sara Fitz on Instagram, it will definitely brighten up your day.


Sara Fitz gifted me the hydrangea note cards in exchange for this post, as always all opinions are my own.

2 thoughts on “Whimsy notes from Nantucket”

  1. It’s true, so few people send thank you notes today. I still do and love finding great stationary to use. Those notes from Sara Fitz are lovely.


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