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How to pick the correct printing technique for your wedding invitations

When it comes to creating a memorable wedding stationery suite, there are several factors to consider. While custom designs, paper textures, and embellishments can add a lot of charm, printing techniques can take your invites to the next level.

Here are few of the most popular printing techniques that I offer:

Digital Printing

With affordability being the prime advantage, digital printing is the most commonly used technique. The colors are not limited in any way and the prints are laid flat on the paper, offering a smooth, polished appearance. The turnaround time is fairly quick, making it a practical option for brides and grooms with short notice.

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For those who want their invitations to stand out, thermography is an excellent option. This printing technique creates a raised texture on paper, resulting in a bumpy and luxurious appearance. While slightly more expensive than digital printing, it creates a stunning and distinctive look that will leave a lasting impression on your guests.

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In summary, with the addition of digital printing or thermography techniques, you can significantly enhance the look and feel of your wedding invitations, creating a memorable experience for your guests.

When it comes to wedding invitations, simple line drawings can make a real statement. While intricate designs can be beautiful, understated graphics are often just as impactful. When it comes to printing techniques, there are several options to choose from, each with its own unique benefits:

Foil Printing

If you're looking for a little extra shine, foil printing is a great option. This technique uses reflective metallic or colored materials that can be layered on top of other printing methods to create an elevated look. Foil printing comes in a variety of colors and is sure to add some glamour to your invites.

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For a timeless and elegant look, letterpress printing is a classic option. The ink is pressed into the paper, creating an indentation that can be seen and felt. This printing technique is the most expensive option, as the printer will need to create plates for each design. However, the result is a beautiful, high-quality invitation that your guests are sure to appreciate.

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No matter which printing technique you choose, make sure to select a design that speaks to you and reflects the style and tone of your wedding. By paying attention to the details, you can create an invitation that sets the tone for your special day.

One sample of each print style:

Order a sample pack and then work with me and I will credit you back the cost of the pack!!


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