Digital printing is the most popular of printing methods for many invitations and cards and generally.
Most of the designs from our wedding 'Signature Collection' use this high quality printing technique.
Digital printing is where an image is sent directly to the printer using a digital PDF.
It eliminates the need for a printing plate and is therefore the more affordable option for smaller quantity printing.
90% of our designs are commercially print on the HP Indigo Digital Press!
Colours and images will rival those printed using the traditional offset printing press, and turnaround is super fast in comparison to most other printing methods.
There are various textured and smooth cardstock options available when ordering digital printing through me,
with weights ranging from 285gsm to 350gsm.
White Ink Printing
White Ink printing is the new black – and we LOVE it! This method of printing uses the latest in LED technology and has a separate dry toner that applies the white ink to your invitations (a very different printing method to the above Digital Printing).
White Ink Printing is the perfect technique for those who wish to print white text and images on premium coloured cardstock. So many beautiful stocks are available that are not available with any other printing process! Many of our designs can be adjusted to work with white ink on coloured or kraft cardstock...don't hesitate to ask if you are unsure of whether the design you love will work. Custom quotes are required for most white ink print orders.
Special Finishes ~ Foil & Letterpress
If you are looking for stationery with a little extra elegance and pizazz, then you need to read on….
Many of my Signature Collection designs can be adjusted to include specialised printing finishes.
If you are unsure, just get in touch and ask me!
I offer digital foil printing, traditional foil stamping and letterpress! Various cardstock options are available, up to a 600gsm, and I have a range of paper suppliers who specialise in coloured stocks designed especially for these special printing processes.
Due to the time and manual labour involved in foil stamping and letterpress, there is a minimum quantity order of 50 pieces. The price per stationery item will also lessen the higher the quantity. Custom quotes are required for most foil and letterpress orders.