We believe in doing what you love and loving what you do –
and that, above all else, nice matters
WHO WE ARE
Lana’s Shop is an independent, nationally-known stationery and design boutique located in Denver, Colorado. We love to work on custom events, bringing our clients’ vision, personality, and style to life with our hand-illustrated paper goods, and providing something truly unique for their special day. When not working with individual clients, we put just as much love and attention into our ever-growing stationery line, which is carried in esteemed retailers and inspiring boutiques around the country. Even as we grow, our main goal is always to form a genuine connection with each of our clients and retailers and to bring our full passion and focus to each project and product we embark on. We want every new design to be our new favorite design.
As owner-illustrator, Lana is the artist and creative driver behind all of Lana’s Shop custom illustrations and paper goods. She loves bright and organic designs, patterns and texture, and making sincere and heartfelt connections with people. A New Yorker-turned-Coloradoan, Lana’s art and design career has taken her from Vogue in New York City, to Gap, Inc. in San Francisco, and finally to Denver, where Lana’s Shop was born in 2012. Since then, she has been translating her colorful style and cheerful personality into unique and vibrant paper goods for clients around the globe. Her custom event work has been featured in Brides, Martha Stewart, Glamour Magazine, Real Simple, and Oh So Beautiful Paper and Lana herself was recently featured in Frye’s Meet the Makers campaign and Mountain Living.
Favorite person: my mountain man & hubs, Danny
Loves: hiking, French press coffee each morning, smiling, all things botanical,
my puppy (and studio mascot) Lox and her little (human) baby brother Silas who just arrived!
Inspired by: random acts of kindness, long meals with friends, nature, meeting you
Ideal weekend: a trip to the mountains without internet and technology
Motto: nice matters