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Full Colour Digital Printing 

Digital printing, also known as 4 color printing, is when CMYK ink cartridges are used. Because there is no need for a printing plate (unlike offset printing), digital prints have a quick turnaround and usually doesn't cost a lot to do. If you are on a tight budget, digital printing is the most economical choice for you. There is a minimum of 20 invites for digital printing.

Paper Thickness: Maximum advised is between 300-350gsm
Paper Color: Ranges from off white, white and even cream
Paper Texture: Available in smooth, matte or even textured stocks.

Pricing: Starts from $5.5.
Estimated turnaround time: 1 week +/-

 
 
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Photography by Erin and Tara Photography

Photography by Erin and Tara Photography

 

White Ink Digital Printing

White ink printing (also known as a specialty ink), is similar to full colour printing which uses the same method of digital printing. Perfect for when you don't want to spend lots on foiling or letter press, it's easy to print on darker shades of paper stock that helps adds a little touch of lux to your stationery. There is a minimum of 20 invites for white ink digital printing.

Paper Thickness: Maximum advised is between 300-350gsm
Paper Colour: Darker colours i.e. black, grey, burgundy, emerald green and many more.
Paper Texture: Available in smooth, matte or even textured stocks.

Pricing: Starts from $6.50.
Estimated turnaround time: 1 week +/-

 
 
Photography by Adrian Tuazon Photography

Photography by Adrian Tuazon Photography

 

Letter Press

Letter press is a process by which a polymer plate is attached to the base of the letter press machine. The plate is then inked and pressed onto a surface (paper) to create an indentation which creates a 'raised' feature.

Paper Thickness: Can go up to 600gsm
Paper Color: Available in white, cream and even coloured stocks i.e. grey, black, blush pink, red, green and more. Enquire with us!
Paper Texture: There's a range of 100% cotton paper available in whites and off-whites. Letter press can also be done on plain matte paper stocks which has less of an organic feel.

Pricing: Quote is based on quantity needed.
Estimated turnaround time: 3 weeks +/-

 
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Foil Stamping

Foil stamping is the application of pressing a heated plate (similar to letter press) on to metallic or pigmented foil on to a solid surface. Adding foil is a great way to make your invitations look really luxurious.

Paper Thickness: Foil stamping can be done on a range of paper thickness with a minimum of 270gsm and above.
Foil Color: Available in a variety of colours, with common colours like gold, silver, copper and rose gold. Shades are also available in either a matte or shiny foil.
Paper Texture: Matte and textured paper stocks are the best for foiling. 

Pricing: based on quantity and amount of colors. Please enquire!
Estimated turnaround time: 3 weeks +/-

 
 
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Acrylic 

Acrylic is a useful, plastic that resembles glass, but has properties that make it superior to glass in many ways. Etching and printing directly onto acrylic is available on a variety of different colours. But depending on the size of your items, additional vinyl printing onto acrylic might be more cost effective than printing directly especially on some bigger scale items i.e. welcome signs (not seating charts). It really depends on your requirements.

Acrylic Thickness: between 1-3mm.
Acrylic Color: Available in a wide range of colors. Please get in touch if you're interested in a specific colour.

Pricing: Quote is based on quantity and type needed.
Estimated turnaround time: 3-6 weeks +/-

 

Paper Options

There is more than just one kind of paper (I know, hard to believe right?)

Deciding which technique you want to use for your invitations is step 1. Next, here are some options of paper which you can choose for your invitations.

Standard White and Off-White Card Stock

Choose from a range of white to off-white card stock to suite your printing needs. We offer a standard matte white and off-white, smooth white, and textured white stock as our basics. Alternatively, we can supply cream card stocks   if you are interested)

We print on a range from 260-350gsm for digital print and up to 600gsm for letter press and foil press printing. 

Specialty Card Stocks

Alternatively, we have different specialty card stocks such as kraft, buffalo board, handmade paper, vellum (semi-transparent), linen and more.

Coloured Card Stock

If that doesn't tickle your fancy, and you're after something more colourful—we have just the thing for you! 

Choose from an array of colours from darks to lights to suit your colour theme. We also print on metallics from whites to golds or silver.


Font Choices

Write it the way you like it!

The fonts you choose determines and sets the tone and formality as well as the style of your event. 
What fonts appeal to you more? Do you prefer something simple? or are you timeless and more traditional? or maybe you're the kind that likes flourishes and scripts! 

We love testing different fonts to play with, but we always recommend for no more than 2 fonts per suite.
However, we encourage mixing two different styles of fonts as it can sometimes produce the best outcomes.

Serif

Serif fonts refer to the 'tail' which is at the end of every line in each character. 

Serif fonts have a reputation of looking very traditional and formal. Having said that, serif fonts always make an invite look timeless and sophisticated no matter the type of event. 

 

San Serif

San serif fonts refer to having no 'tail' in each character. 

San serif fonts typically look more modern and casual. The aesthetic of the font makes it more legible and is often used as a body text font. 

Traditional Script

Script is often more decorative. It looks best in two styles, either a clean computer developed brush calligraphy or old school copperplate calligraphy (pictured). 

Depending on the style of your event, we often recommend using a calligraphy font only for your headings i.e. names as it can sometimes look too flourished and is not the most practical to be read as a body
text font. 

Handwritten Script

The handwritten script is also quite popular among young couples. Like real handwriting, each letter and alphabet are made to look inconsistent which gives off a really personalised and friendly vibe. 

 

 

 

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