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Deckled Square

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The subtle texture of a hand torn edge, a blind embossed crest, and custom calligraphy give this square invitation an old-world feel.

printing method shown: ENGRAVING

Engraving is the most formal of our printing processes, and is characterized by text and images that are raised up from the surface of the paper. Flip over a piece of engraved stationery and you'll see a "bruise” where the paper was pressed into a copper die to create the image. Engraving inks have a beautiful matte finish and are available in metallic colors.

other recommended printing methods:

Letterpress, Thermography, Foil, Digital

paper type: DECKLED EDGE

pricing

Our pricing starts with one-color invitations on deckled edge paper and double-envelopes printed with return address. Add-ons like additional ink colors, etc. will increase the price. Reply card and envelopes, and ceremony insert are not included in pricing. Other quantities are available. Pricing is subject to change. For more information check out our details page.

qtyletterpressengravingfoilthermographydigital
1009421570119213171317
25017482904199826402640

letterpress

  1. QTY 100 = 942
  2. QTY 250 = 1748

engraving

  1. QTY 100 = 1570
  2. QTY 250 = 2904

foil

  1. QTY 100 = 1192
  2. QTY 250 = 1998

thermography

  1. QTY 100 = 1317
  2. QTY 250 = 2640

digital

  1. QTY 100 = 1317
  2. QTY 250 = 2640

add-ons Shown

  1. Blind embossed family crest (+ $275)
  2. Family crest design fee range (+ $100-250)
  3. Custom calligraphy pricing is available upon request. Font substitutions are available at no extra charge (+ $tbd)
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