A crown adorns the top of a single-letter monogram, while a ribbon wraps around the bottom and provides a space for the bride and groom's names. A small square size and calligraphed names (recycled from the wedding invitation, naturally) finish the presentation.
Letterpress printing features text and images that are pressed into the paper. It has a softer more tactile look than engraving. Run your fingers over a letterpress invitation and you'll feel the deep impression. Letterpress ink, even metallic ones, have a soft matte finish.
For those that want a little more oomph, we have papers that are extra thick, more like a matte board than a sheet of card stock. Upgrade to double thick paper for an additional 25% for letterpress or foil.
Our pricing starts with one-color invitations on standard weight paper and envelopes printed with return address. Add-ons like additional ink colors, etc. will increase the price. There is no limit to the number of ink colors for digitally printed items. Other quantities are available. Pricing is subject to change. For more information check out our details page.
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