Laura Jackson’s Papier collab will instantly elevate your next dinner party

We may be limited to a dinner party for six these days – but even if you’re just making your usual Friday night dinner for the family, Laura Jackson’s new collaboration with ultra-chic stationers Papier will make any meal feel seriously special.

Laura Jackson Papier

Papier x Hoste, Laura’s very own lifestyle brand, is a new collection of menus, place cards, hosting books, recipe notebooks and even invitations that will dress up your tablescape and give a personal touch to whatever you’ve got cooking.

Drawing on her years of experience as a supper club host, Laura has kept the designs relaxed and playful, with fun colour combinations (think a pastel blue next to a pop of burnt orange) that are memorable for all of the right reasons. And whether your handwriting rivals a calligrapher’s finest work or could use a little polish, once you put it on these Papier pieces, it’ll instantly look more elegant and refined.

Laura Jackson Papier

The edit would also make a lovely way to capture this year’s Christmas memories – well, although we don’t yet know what 2020’s celebrations will look like, we do know they’ll revolve around food, and plenty of it.

So with this in mind, here are just some of the best buys to help you really make a meal of it – no matter what you’re feasting on, or who you’re enjoying it with.

Feast Hosting BookFeast Hosting Book, £24.99, Paper

All The Trimmings MenuAll The Trimmings Menu, £17.50 for 10, Papier

All The Trimmings Notecard Set, £20 for 10, Papier

Feast Placecards, £18 for 30, Papier

Bon Appetit Framed Print, £45, Papier

Laura Jackson Papier recipe cardsBlank Recipe Cards, £20 for 10, Papier

Laura Jackson Papier notebookPatchwork Notebook, £19.99, Papier

Laura’s ‘Hoste-ing’ tips

  • Leave menus blank so that you can pull them out and jot down what’s cookin’ when you have friends or family round for a spontaneous sit-down
  • After hosting a dinner, why not send a recipe notecard to each guest with a fun memory on one side and the recipe on the other so they can make it at home?
  • Layer your table with matching menus and place cards – it automatically elevates even the most simple tablescape. Personalise designs with each guest’s name for a chic touch.
  • Note down funny moments, kitchen disasters and songs that were playing during the meal in your hosting book – it’s a lovely way of recording the evening to look back on.
  • Stick instant photos inside too!
  • Scatter your table with blank notecards for guests to leave little notes and reviews of the eve.
  • You can stick them on your fridge to remember the night forever!
  • When filling out seating plans in your hosting book, remember you don’t just have to write guest names. Draw little figures, faces or emojis that remind you of them to make it more visual.

You can shop the full Hoste by Laura Jackson Papier range now at