Letterpress wedding invitations... to have and to hold.
If you are looking to make an impression on your guests, letterpress wedding invitations are in a class of their own.
There are certain things in life that have to be experienced in order to be fully appreciated. The cool sand between your toes as you walk barefoot on the beach, the first sip of a glorious glass of wine as you unwind, the unmistakeable crack of the bar as you break off a square of delicious chocolate.
Letterpress wedding invitations need to be held in your hand before you can really understand why they are so special.
The first thing you'll notice is the thickness of the card.
When you hold a piece of 600gsm card (think several times thicker than a good quality business card) in your hand you'll feel the soft texture and the weight of the card will immediately signal luxury and quality.
All this before we've even come to the deep impression of the letterpress print on the surface of this fine piece of wedding stationery perfection. You see letterpress printing involves a printing plate which is used to make a deep impression into the surface of your wedding invitation.
You can actually see the edges and shadows created by the indentation of each word and letter. Fine details and graphics come to life in three dimensions. It really is like nothing else in the world of wedding stationery.
Many people mistake letterpress wedding invitations for embossed wedding invitations. This is understandable as the two have much in common. The big difference being embossed wedding stationery has the text and design raised from the surface of the card where as letterpress wedding stationery is impressed into the surface - debossed to be precise.
So how do I get my hands on some of this paper perfection I hear you ask. Well today is your lucky day. If you're curiosity has been tweaked and you have read this far you shall be rewarded my trusty friend...
Simply click this link and choose a sample from our letterpress wedding invitation collections and your piece of paper perfection shall wing its way in the post to you without delay or charge - that is to say it's yours free, gratis and for nothing.
I do hope that you'll be so deeply impressed by letterpress that you will accept nothing less for your wedding invitations.