You on Paper: Embossing and Debossing

Adding texture to wedding invitation paper automatically adds elegance and style, too. Find out how embossing and debossing will take your wedding invitation to the next level.

Embossing and Debossing
The embossing process:
Pressing a die into the back of paper to create a raised image on the front
The result: Elegance you can see AND feel!

The debossing process: Pressing designs and color into paper
The result: An elegant, textured look you’ll love.

The look: Raised embossed designs and deeply debossed impressions create all-over patterns or subtle accents to invitation papers. Embossing and debossing is usually reserved for borders and panel designs with no printing; flat areas within textured designs are often reserved for printing wording. Luxurious looks are created with embossed wraps, bands and layers paired with printed cards.
The price point per 100: Budget to Luxury – which means you can have a beautifully embossed or debossed wedding invitation not matter what your budget!

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