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Our unique letterpress wedding invitations are printed the old-fashioned way, using vintage cast iron

presses, the best paper, time, patience, perfection, and a whole lot of love.

There can be little debate about the exceptional quality of a letterpress-printed piece. Our letterpress wedding invitations are sunken deep into the surface of the cotton paper, a look that is both alluring to the eye and irresistibly soft to the touch. Add Foil Press, Embossing, Blind Impression and additional colours and you have a beautiful creation.  We can use different cotton paper brands such as Crane, Savoy, Colour Plan, Bamboo and hand made papers.

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Silver and Grey Letterpress
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Scottish inspired editorial
Mongrammed Letterpress invite
Digital floral print with Rose Gold Press
Imperial Blue with Gold Foil
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A process that uses a laser to cut out details of a design on wedding invitations. Laser cutting works on a many materials but most commonly for paper in the stationery industry.  Wedding Invitations using laser cutting process are available in different types of designs from gatefolds to pockets folds.

lace laser pocket invitation
White and gold classic invitation #invit
Laser cut pocket
Laser Cut Gate Fol Invitation
Inside of Lace Laser Cut Invitation pockt
Custom Laser Cut Gatefold
Foil Pressed Laser Cut Gatefol
Butterfly Editorial Laser Cute Menu
Butterfly Editorial Laser Cut Invite

DIGITAL PRINT -- is usually done on a laser printer and can print colour graphics as flat images with excellent quality which results are vivid colour and incredible detail.  Flat Printing is an affordable way to print wedding invitations and stationery.  You can have belly bands and pocket folds, sheer vellums and glitter paper additions. The possibilities are endless.

THERMOGRAPHY PRINT -- is printed and while the ink is still wet, resin is sprinkled and exposed to heat. The resin and ink fuse together, raising the lettering in an effect that’s similar to engraving.  Thermography is an affordable way if you are looking for some added effect to your print.  

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