Letterpress, foil, thermography – which is right for YOUR invitations?

Which printing process is right for your invitations?
Lucky you! There are so many options for printing your wedding invitations you’re guaranteed a custom look no matter what you choose.

The challenge? Choosing!

I’m going to give you the quick low-down on printing processes so you can make the right decision for your invitations, your style and your event.

Looks like engraving, but it’s a fraction of the cost! The raised lettering is created with ink and powder and heat. You get to choose the lettering style and the ink color to make the look your own.

Take a look at our selection of thermography invitations here

Flat printing in brilliant color! High-resolution, digital color printing technology makes your invitations stand out from the crowd. Photos, colorful designs, intricate patterns – digital does it all.

Find the perfect digitally printed invitations here

It’s easy to go up-scale! A special die is covered in foil and pressed into your invitations to add a one-of-a-kind shine. Go with touches of foil or choose a design that’s printed entirely in foil for glam.

Which foil printed invitation will you take a shine to? See them here

Traditional craft, modern style! Plates with your design are pressed into thick, heavy paper, creating crisp impressions. Speaking of impressions – make a great one by choosing the ink colors that will set the tone for your wedding.

Start working on that first impression – find letterpress invitations here

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Nice post Amy. These are great printing styles that give a gorgeous look to the wedding invites. I do agree with your tips on choosing the right one that suits your style. Thanks a lot for sharing this inspirational post.

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