All of my wedding invitations are printed on a Heidelberg printing press. My stationery uses real printing inks and not toners, which is what digital printing uses. Real inks set into the paper deeper and richer, they are not shiny like digital printing can be.
And because my designs are based from the 1800s-1930s, your invitations will have that vintage feel to them. My designs are not straight as a pin perfect-- they have a weathered feel to them. Very important to understand before ordering. If you have a specific color palette for your wedding, you are welcome to email me digital swatches or photographs to help me best match my invitations to your colors.
MATTE PAPER (14pt)
This is my standard paper stock. If you like a traditional vintage look, then this paper is very affordable and has a nice cottony feel.
This soft and subtle shimmery card stock is sure to please and adds elegance to your wedding suite. Very affordable and adds a touch of glamour!
35pt LINEN MUSEUM BOARD
This ultra-thick paper stock is very matte and has a linen texture to the touch. So sublime!
35pt SUEDE MUSEUM BOARD
Triple the thickness, triple the luxury!
It feels a bit like soft velvety suede.
POSTCARD PAPER STOCK (16pt)
A stiffer and smoother postcard stock suitable for sending save the dates through the post without an envelope.
FOIL PRINTING - MATTE AND MUSEUM BOARD
Whether it's silver, gold or copper.... so elegant and so luxurious! Available on my standard matte, suede and linen museum boards. Finely detailed hot press foil.
My standard pearlescent envelopes are very subtle in shimmer.
I can also special order any color under the rainbow.
FOIL PRINTING - POSTCARD PAPER
A much more economical way to print gold, silver or rose gold foil. It's not as finely detailed as on my other papers. It is a raised foil and a bit more rustic. Perfect for your Save the Dates!