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Consider choosing letterpress for your wedding stationery!

Updated: Dec 31, 2019

When event planning, details make the difference. And since your wedding is most likely the biggest, most important, most unforgettable event you will ever plan, you want everything to be more than perfect. You want your Big Day to be absolutely flawless.

Surely, your wedding stationery is no exception. Should you consider letterpress for your suite? Read on to find out!

  • Letterpress invitations are considered to be the most formal and elegant type of stationery. Associated with tradition and grace, these invitations are meant to add a touch of class to your entire wedding day.

  • The first letterpress items are associated with the creation of the first printing press, in the 15th century. Although back then the printing press was used to multiply bibles (and, later on, other books as well), these days the letterpress stationery is associated with simple elegance and quality. Everything about letterpress invitations feels truly exquisite – from the texture to the looks!

  • When the first printing presses were used, it was considered bad quality to have a deep impression on the paper. However, as times changed, this became a highly sought-after quality – and couples today are absolutely in love with the style and “feel” of it.

  • The process of designing letterpress invitations and stationery can feel quite confusing – and it surely is time-consuming to print manually as well. This is one of the main reasons why letterpress stationery tends to be a more expensive suite option associated with luxurious weddings.

I am excited to announce that I NOW OFFER letterpress printing and can help you create custom pieces of wedding stationery that will truly reflect who you are as a couple.

We have the passion, the experience and the great eye for detail you need to make sure your invitations and day-of stationery look perfect from every single point of view. Contact us and find out more about our services!


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