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Gold, Silver & Rose Gold Foil Wedding Invitations

The special touch of a shimmery metallic adds an elegant spark to your wedding stationery! If you think adding glittering metallic accents to your wedding budget, then think again! Gilded Swan Paperie has a few different options for adding metallic foil printing to your stationery for every budget.

What is metallic foil printing? It's a process where we use rolls of a metallic paper that are hot stamped onto your invitations, guest books and vow books. The heat causes the foil to adhere to the surface, revealing shimmery accents. We can print gold, rose gold, silver and copper. By far the most popular is the gold foil wedding invitations

Foil stamping is very unique and the process is different based on which paper you choose. For invitations, foil stamping on my museum board and standard matte papers is very detailed and we have the ability to get quite intricate. Complicated filigree or tiny floral petal accents look lovely with this process. This can cost a bit more of course. We also have a new stamping method that is a fraction of the price that is only available on our super smooth postcard paper. This paper is very stiff, has a bit of a sheen and is perfect for self-mailable postcard save the dates and is gaining popularity with full wedding suites. The foil process is very different than the traditional method and it's a bit more rustic. It does not work for super fine details as it is not as refined as the foil methods above. It has a raised feel and is super metallic! For a fraction of the price, this might work for you!

Check out the gallery below to see how you can glam up your wedding day with metallic foil on your save the dates, wedding invitations, guest books and vow books. You can also view my paper and printing videos right here:



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Gold metallic foil printing on my invitation suite, "The Clementine". Photo by

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