Lucy Mleczko

As President and Creative Director, Lucy focuses her high standards on an artistic, sophisticated and often playful design aesthetic. These standards run through every aspect of Lemon Tree Stationery. Born and schooled in Poland before settling in New York, Lucy brings a European flair to our company. With her beautiful shepherd, Harley, by her side, Lucy is passionate about creating original, innovative and personalized designs.

Our background

Founded in 1974 by the Mendelsohn family, Lemon Tree Stationery was sold to Lucy Mleczko and Sanford Weiss in 1999. Lucy’s artistry perfectly complements Sanford’s printing experience, which encompasses all aspects of print, production and customer service. Almost all services and products are produced under one roof, ensuring the highest quality, fastest production time, and reliable customer service.

Shop in person

Our stationery is available only through an approved Lemon Tree retailer. The superior quality of our invitations can best be appreciated when you can touch the lovely papers, feel the substance, and see the fine printing of the luxurious designs. We believe significant celebrations deserve professional guidance through all aspects of personalization, custom themes, and the important nuances of etiquette.

Custom Designs

We love to cater to and anticipate your every need. If you can imagine it, we can create it. The end result is a unique, personalized design created especially for you. Your Lemon Tree retailer knows they can depend on us for absolute quality as you explore infinite combinations of our papers, printing techniques, fonts and finishing. Get inspired by viewing our design collections or think completely outside the book.

Digital envelope calligraphy

Ordering dark colored envelopes? Let us print your addresses. Our in-house digital calligraphy service can beautifully print white or light colored ink on dark envelopes. We love and respect good typography in everything we do. Your guests may not even consciously know what they’re responding to, yet they feel it. Typography matters. Details matter.