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Collections Guide

A guide of terms, methods and custom possibilities to browse through before you order.



Digital Laser Printing

Also known as flat printing, this is the fastest (and most budget friendly) print method. 

Applicable only on light colored papers.

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Foil Stamping

Add that bit of metallic sparkle to light or dark colored papers.

Colors available: Yellow Gold, Champagne Gold, Rose Gold, Copper, Black



A printing method using vintage (decades to centuries old) machines that give that pillowy impression on paper.



Old Mill 300gsm

Our standard paper is 300gsm with a texture that gives that extra touch of luxe.


FSC certified. ECF (Elemental Chlorine Free) wood free, cotton paper. 



Another option with a vertical grain texture.


For white or light background colors only. 

FSC certified. ECF (Elemental Chlorine Free) wood free, cotton paper. 



Paper & Envelope
Color Options

For the most part, we print on white paper.


For digital printing for example, if you want a dark background color, we can do so but the back side of the paper will still be white.

At the moment, white ink printing is unavailable for already-colored papers or for envelope printing.

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Foil & Inks

For digital printing, similar to home printing, you can print nearly all colors (as long as CMYK).


Foil colors are set and we can choose from available options.


For letterpress, mixing inks is a process. A color palette is available, but should you wish a specific color, our supplier can try to match to your desired color for an additional fee.


Spice up your invitations with these additional touches to make them a bit more custom!


Envelope Liner

Amp up your envelopes and add dimension with envelope liners.



A dainty way to wrap your cards all together is with a frayed ribbon, with or without a wax seal.


Wax Seals

Seal your envelopes with either one of our stock wax seal designs or with your monogram.

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Custom Illustrations

Whether it be an illustration of your venue, a map or even a couple portrait, adding a custom illustration elevates the personal feel of your invites!



A classic option to keep your invitation cards together with bellyband, or excite your guests more and opt for a transluscent wrap for a bit of unboxing anticipation.


Deckled Edges

An alternative to achieve the rustic and soft look of handmade papers.

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