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Aya Paper Co | Black-Owned Stationery Company

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For the entire month of February I’m covering black-owned businesses to celebrate Black History Month. Today I feature Aya Paper Co, who is “a sustainable stationery brand that creates greeting cards and gifts to celebrate the people and moments that matter most.”

What Is Aya Paper Co?

Aya Paper Co is a stationery brand which designs and creates custom greeting cards, calendars, art prints, and much more.

The company sells the following:

  • Card sets
  • Art prints
  • Journals
  • Cards for various occasions (birthday, friendship, everyday, etc.)
  • Candles

SaVonne Anderson, the Founder and Creative Director, wants to produce stationery that does not pollute the Earth. Hence, she uses 100% recycled paper in her paper products. In addition to that, SaVonne wants to combat issues like Climate Change because it affects people of color more. Since the company’s creation in 2019, Allure, Architectural Digest, and E! covered it.

If you’re looking for a gift to go with the birthday card you buy from their shop the company sells 100% vegan & recyclable candles. Or you can place the card into their canvas totes which helps reduce plastic bag use.

I like the design of their stationery and how their slogans draw you right in. Shopping for cards for any occasion can be difficult. I know for me I want to make a person laugh or catch them off guard. I rather not send a card with a trite saying or some boilerplate text. And Aya Paper Co doesn’t do that with their stationery.

Finally, if you’re looking for a nice card or candle to send a loved one for Valentine’s Day, the company has a line of products.

Where To Find Aya Paper Co Products


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