Tiny Prints, the leading online boutique offering stylish announcements, invitations and personal stationery for every occasion, today announced a design partnership with fashion designer Tory Burch for an exclusive holiday collection featuring holiday cards, thank you notes, address labels and personalized stationery. A portion of the proceeds from the Tiny Prints and Tory Burch Holiday Collection will benefit the Tory Burch Foundation, a nonprofit organization that supports the empowerment of women and families.
“Tory Burch’s sophisticated design aesthetic and commitment to women and children make her the ideal partner for Tiny Prints,” said Laura Ching, chief design officer at Tiny Prints. “We promise to deliver high-quality, beautifully designed stationery to our customers and with Tory and her design team at the helm, we know we are not only honoring that promise, but offering consumers a unique way to give back this holiday season.”
The exclusive Tory Burch Holiday Collection offers unique holiday cards and personalized stationery that will stand out from the crowd. Each card style can be customized with text, fonts and photos and is offered on Tiny Prints new Signature Matte cardstock, Premium DoubleThick™ Matte Paper or Pearl White Shimmer Paper. With gorgeous on trend colors and understated elegance, the Tory Burch Holiday Collection offers classic designs that are chic and playful.
“One of my favorite things about the holidays is receiving cards from family and friends,” said CEO and Founder Tory Burch. “Tiny Prints has updated their holiday card collection in such a whimsical and unique way, and I’m thrilled to collaborate on our own styles in support of the Tory Burch Foundation and women’s empowerment.”Through grants and microfinance for women entrepreneurs, the Tory Burch Foundation invests in the success and sustainability of women-owned businesses. To further support female entrepreneurs, the foundation offers a mentorship program that provides invaluable networking opportunities. The foundation’s partnerships have created more than 4,000 new jobs and have positively impacted 20,000 women and their families.