Find a lot of composition cards at a web store that is dedicated to everything that has to do with using a fancy imprint to impress guests and friends. While some people complained that handwritten letters died with the rise of email, there are plenty of people sharing personal notes either through conventional mail or by handing them these notes in person. Sometimes called stationary or parchment, heavy writing paper is for formal invitations and events.
Stationary often does not have lines, allowing for free flowing cursory. This allows people to write in the real size of their handwriting. The lack of bars also means that making drawings are much easier. Truly old fashion stationary does not have ink bars but a machine imprint for lines. Not only does this appear traditional, but the authenticity will truly appeal to some friends.