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Whether you're looking for a square or rectangular shaped envelope, big or small, we have a great selection of envelope types to choose from. We offer envelopes in A5, A6, and A7 (which are perfect for RSVP cards). If you have a specific envelope size requirement, please let us know and we will do our best to assist you.
Feeling creative? We also offer a number of envelope colours to match the theme of your big day.
Please keep in mind that computer screens vary and may not give a completely accurate representation of these ink colours. If you need to see the colour in person, please request a printed sample here.
Choose from one of the paper types below:
100% cotton paper which is thick with a soft cotton texture. Best for offset printing, or foil stamping. (Scroll below for an explanation of these terms).
Add lustre to your wedding invitations with this 300gsm paper that sparkles in the light and is metallic on both sides.
This smooth paper has a non-reflective finish that is superior for colour contrast and text clarity.
You can even add a hint of colour to your paper to match your wedding theme:
Choose from foil stamping or offset printing. Foil stamping can also be combined with offset printing for a unique look.
This is a great way to achieve a glossy effect for your invitations. Instead of using inks, this method uses metallic foil. A metal plate is created and pressed into the paper transferring the design. Since individual plates must be made for each colour, foil stamping is priced based on the number of colours used.We currently offer foil stamping in gold and copper.
Our offset printing exceeds the industry standard in digital printing. Utilising the best modern printing presses, ink is transferred from an etched plate to the paper via a rubber-stamp-like instrument. Because of this, the ink soaks beautifully into the paper resulting in a smooth flat finish. Offset printing is capable of producing unlimited colours in one print and allows for large areas of saturated colour. Pricing is the same no matter how many colours are used. Because of this, offset printing is a budget friendly printing option.
A 'dynamic' way for your invites to stand out. Embossing is a technique used since the 19th century to produce a raised impression of designs, lettering, and patterns on a variety of surfaces, such as paper, metal, and even leather. The added dimension is accomplished by using a combination of heat and pressure.
This is a popular method of printing, whereby paper is cut and etched into intricate designs to achieve a "lace or lattice" like pattern. The cost is entirely dependent on the complexity of the design – the more detailed, the more time it takes to cut and therefore the more expensive it will be. If you're looking for show-stopping invitations, laser-cut is the way to go!
Still unsure of which is right for you? You can send us an email and we'd be more than happy to help you figure it all out.