Follow This Guide To Answer All of Your Semi-Custom Questions
Step 1: Select
Browse through our handcrafted semi-custom suites and pick the one that resonates with you most. Within your suite, you will customize the quantity, type of printing, type of paper, color of ink, and color of your envelopes.
Step 2: Buy
Once you have clicked purchase, a detailed form will pop up for you to fill out. This process works best if you have all the information for your suite when you purchase.
Step 3: Design
The design process begins right after you purchase your suite. You will receive a digital proof within
5-7 business days.
Step 4: Proof
After you have reviewed your digital design, you can revise or approve. One round of revisions is included. Any additional rounds will be an extra charge.
Step 5: Print
Once you have approved the final design, we get these beauties to print. We will have them ready to ship or for a local pickup within 5 -7 weeks of the date you ordered them Have a tight deadline? Let us know and we'll do our best to accommodate.
Using offset printing, this type of is methodical and precise. It is flat printed, which means the ink is not raised. This is the most cost-effective type of printing, but still offers a beautiful and thoughtful look and feel. At this time, digital printing is only printed on our 110# cotton paper. This method works great with colors and whites, but does not print metallic or shiny text. When a client selects digital printing, the envelopes with the return addresses will be digitally printed as well.
This type of printing is called relief printing, which means the artwork and text are pressed into the paper, giving the blank space on the paper a raised feeling. Much like digital printing, letterpress uses ink as well. Whites or metallics cannot be used for this method, as it does not show up properly. The client can pick between the 110# paper, 220#, or the handmade paper. When a client selects letterpress printing, the return address will be letterpress as well.
Very similar to letterpress, the artwork and text are pressed into the paper. Foil press uses metallic or pigmented foil to create a shiny, unmatched product. Unlike Letterpress, foil printing works great for metallic colors and white. This is the most luxury of the three types of printing and is guaranteed to create a stunning piece of art. This method works with the 110# paper, 220#, and the handmade paper. When a client selects foil printing, the return address will be foil as well.
This is a great paper for digital printing. It is smooth, but still has some lovely texture to it.
We carry this paper in eggshell white or
The 110 is shown to the left, in comparison to the 220 paper.
This paper is a cotton paper and is only used for letterpress or foil press. It is the thickest paper of the paper types, and you can feel the high quality. This paper comes in an eggshell white finish.
The 220 is shown to the right, in comparison to the 110 paper.
This paper is what paper dreams are made of. Each sheet is handmade, giving it texture and those sought-after deckled edges. This type of paper is only used with Letterpress and Foil printing at this time.
The three colors we carry are shown below. White, grey & cream.
While we try to display them as accurate as possible, the digital example of these colors may vary from the physical product.
Below Are The Options For Invitation & RSVP Envelope Colors
*Handmade Envelopes Are Available on Request
Below Are The Options For Letterpress & Digital Ink Printing
Foil Color Options
Below Are the Options for Foil Press Printing
*please note colors may
Wax Seal Color Options
Below Are the Options for Wax Seals
Below Are the Options for Crest Designs.
Want More? Browse Through Our Additional Items for Purchase You Can Easily Add to your Order
Calligraphy Addressed Envelopes
Floral or Custom Wax Seal on Your Envelopes. Comes with Assembly
Stuff & Seal
Complete Assembly of Invitations
Printed Addressed Envelopes
Addresses Printed Directly on to Your Envelopes
Hand-dyed Silk Ribbon Tied Around Your Paper Goods
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