Digital printing is our most popular print method, it is low in cost and has the quickest turn around time. We use a high quality laser printer which prints in CMYK giving you the choice of unlimited colours. With digital printing we can also print your guests names onto your invitations or any other variable data.
Rather than printing a reverse image whereby you print the background and leave the text white, like we would do with digital printing, we can instead print using our specialist White Ink Digital Press. The results are amazing on darker coloured stocks like black, kraft, navy and grey. Meaning we can print white ink directly onto the darker card, which makes it stand out and pop! Also, because it is a digital process, we can print your guest names or any other variable data.
Letterpress is the oldest form of printing. In this method, a surface with raised letters is inked and pressed into the paper. We can mix letterpress with digital orfoiling. This is a costly method with high set up costs,but looks amazing and totally worth the extra dollarsif you can allow in your budget.
Blind Embossing is when a design is embossed without
using any printing or foiling in the design. Instead of
ink or foil, the embossed area creates the text or
design on the paper. If you are wanting to make
a statement on your invitations, then embossing offers
a unique and quality finish that stands out from the crowd.
Although it is a costly method with high set up costs.We can also do the reverse of this, blind debossing.
Which would mean it would pressed into
the paper insteadof out.
UV printing is a form of digital printing that uses ultra-violet lights to dry or cure ink as it is printed. As the printer distributes ink on the surface of a material, specially designed UV lights follow close behind, “curing” or “drying” the ink instantly.
WHITE INK PRINTING
UV PRINTING (SIGNAGE)
We can use 3D acrylic lettering to elevate
a flat foam board or acrylic sign.
We can also do a mix of 3D acrylic and UV prinitng.
Die cutting refers to a process in which a machine is used to produce cut-out shapes. We can create the same shape, with the exact same dimensions, over and over without using scissors, stencils, or a craft knife.
A decal is a design, pattern, or picture prepared on a special paper for transfer onto another surface such as glass, porcelain, metal or some wood.
We use decals for bars or existing surfaces that allow them.
We have listed our most common print methods and other popular print terms you may hear when chatting about your wedding stationery and signage.
If there is something you've heard or seen of and isn't below, chances are we can still help with your request.
What is listed below are our most popular and common shapes we cut in both paper stationery and signage. There is no limit when it comes to shapes!
If you are after a custom shape for your stationery, there will be an additional charge to create this for you as a new digital die. For signage, there is no additional charge.
You may find new shapes are created during your custom journey...