We offer a wide range of printing methods and finishing techniques to help you achieve the perfect look for your stationery. And with prices starting at only £1.25 for a basic printed invitation, we have something to suit all budgets.
The majority of our stationery is printed in-house allowing us to offer shorter lead times and greater flexibility. We can usually colourmatch text and graphics so it is always a good idea to send us a swatch of the colour you would like us to match to.
Our printed designs can be adapted to most styles of invitation and the graphics and fonts can be mixed and matched. So if you love those used on our Dusky Rose Florals concertina design but would prefer a pocketfold or wallet invitation, no problem. Simply drop us an email to tell us the design and style you want, and we’ll take it from there.
You can also build your own invitation suite by adding extra information cards, RSVP’s, bellybands, vellum wraps and wax seals to a basic postcard invitation.
Cards can be mounted onto coordinating backing cards or can be placed in matching pocketfolds or wallets for added luxury.
With so many variations available, it is not possible to show you them all so if you can’t find exactly what you are looking for, please get in touch and we will do our best to meet your requirements.
Perfect for those of you who you love the luxurious look of metallic foil. We have two different foiling methods available to choose from.
Hot Foil Stamping
Hot foil stamping involves the use of custom-made plates which are heated and then pressed onto the card with a layer of foil in between. This leaves a beautiful, debossed impression on the card, giving a tactile feel to your stationery and a more luxurious finish. More intricate designs can be achieved and a much wider range of cardstock can be used, enabling you to achieve the perfect look for your stationery. You can also combine hot foil stamping with letterpress for the ultimate in elegance and luxury.
This method involves printing the foil directly onto the card, without the need for any plates. This usually makes it a more economical alternative to hot foil stamping, especially when smaller quantities are required. Digital foiling offers a flat finish without any debossing and is not suitable for designs with very fine detail. The type of card suited to digital foiling is more limited than with hot foil stamping so if you are not sure which method is best, please get in touch and we will be able to advise you.
We are now delighted to be able to offer letterpress printing for many of our designs.
Letterpress is an ancient print method using custom-made plates that are inked and then pressed into the cardstock. The plates leave a gorgeous impression in the card giving it a highly tactile feel and luxurious look.
You can also combine hot foil stamping with letterpress for the ultimate in sophistication and luxury.
*** We are currently building a portfolio of letterpress designs. To help us to do this, we are currently offering a discount of 25% on all letterpress invitations. If you are interested in this fantastic offer, please send us an email and we will send you more information.***
With this method, patterns and images are cut into card using a professional laser-cutting machine.
We only use good quality card for our laser cut invitations and all of our designs are our own. Despite numerous requests, we do not supply the mass produced invitations that are widely available elsewhere as we have found them to be of a very poor quality and they do not meet the high standards that our customers expect.
Please note that some scorching can occur, especially on lighter coloured cardstock, and is an expected feature of the laser-cutting process.
All of our embellished designs are finished by hand with meticulous attention paid to every detail. We only use genuine Swarovski crystals and the best quality materials sourced from around the world.
Go for glamour with crystals and jewels, elegance with pearls and lace or a rustic look with hessian, twine and wood. Whatever your style, we have something for you.