Printing Techniques

 

We offer a variety of printing techniques including offset (flat), thermography, foil stamping, letterpress, engraving, silk screening, laser cutting, embossing, and debossing.

 
 

 
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OFFSET (Flat)

Offset printing is a common printing process that uses a rubber plate to press ink onto the paper creating a flat crisp imprint. Offset offers high quality printing for brides on a budget.

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foil stamping

Foil Stamping is a beautiful printing process that uses a custom die and special foil to create a shiny metallic effect. Foil is very popular and offers a luxurious look and feel to your invitations.

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thermography

Thermography is a printing process that uses a special powder (resin) to create a raised effect. Thermography is slightly shiny and is an elegant option for formal invitations.

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engraving

Engraving is an exquisite printing process that involves reverse etching onto a copper plate. Engraving has a very distinct look and feel that creates a raised look on the front and indentation on the back. If tradition, elegance, and beauty is what you want then engraving is the perfect choice.

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letterpress

Letterpress is a timeless printing process that uses a custom die that is inked and pressed into soft and luxurious cotton. Letterpress is versatile and offers beautiful texture and deep impressions.

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silk screening + acrylic

Silk Screening is a meticulous printing process that uses mesh to transfer ink onto a substrate. We use silk screening exclusively for our acrylic invitations and the end result is stunning.