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Asian-Owned Greeting Card Companies To Support

Asian-Owned Greeting Card Companies To Support

One of our most important values at Part & Parcel is keeping diversity in the artists with whom we partner top of mind. In 2020 we added more Black artists and designers, as well as more LGBTQ-led greeting card companies. In light of this month's events, we wanted to make it easy for you to shop and support Asian-owned greeting companies, too.

We encourage you to check them out and support them by purchasing and sending more cards! #SendMoreHappiness



 

Clap Clap
This LA-based stationery brand is illustrated by Mimi Kim. She originally studied graphic design in Korea but gravitated to paper in 2013, and she now produces greeting cards, notebooks, planners, wrapping paper and even scented cards! Clap Clap was one of the first brands we stocked when we launched Part & Parcel as we've always been obsessed with her amazing floral designs. 

Shop Clap Clap on Part & Parcel or clapclapdesign.com.


 

Our Heiday
Pat Shen launched Our Heiday's first collection in June 2014 after leaving two years of law school behind. The brand quickly grew and soon her sister Dot came on board to help run the company. Our Heiday (a play on "heyday") is named after Patricia and Dot's mom and their four aunts whose Korean names all begin with "Hei."

 

 

 

Shop Our Heiday on Part & Parcel or ourheiday.com.


 

Hooray All Day
Hooray All Day is the creation of Natilee Luna, another lawyer-turned-stationery-obsessive. She designs whimsical and colorful greeting cards, wrapping paper, wooden matches and party supplies you're sure to love.

Shop Hooray All Day at hoorayallday.com.


 

Euni & Co.
This sweet paper goods brand creates beautiful greeting cards, notepards, prints and so much more. 

euni & co

Shop Euni & Co. at euniandco.com.

 


 

Do you know other amazing Asian-owned greeting card companies this list should include? Let us know by emailing hello@sendpartandparcel.com