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Where do Designers get Their Stationery Printed? A List of the Best Printing Services A printer that holds quality up above everything can take some finding. You can scour the web for paid reviews and end up splurging your hard-earned money on run-of-the-mill services or believe in our widely-trusted word. Owing to our extensive experience … Read more
What does Stationery Design Include? A messy, unprofessional and incoherent representation of your brand can spell disaster. So you must have custom designed stationery that is aligned with your brand image. Why is Stationery Design Still Relevant? Think of advertisements as critical first impressions. Once your name is out there, in online avenues like social … Read more
What is Stationery Design? Tips, Strategies, and Inspirations for Dummies Despite the meteoric rise of digital marketing tools, stationery hasn’t lost its Victorian stature. Like the British monarchy, it still has the capacity to unleash considerable power. Stationery is a broad term that encompasses business cards, envelopes, letterheads, labels, postcards, flyers, brochures, and other similar … Read more
Yes and no. For simple mailings, we are very well set up but for pieces that require a lot of hand stuffing etc, we are not so… If you are interested in us handling your mailing, please fill out our custom order form and we will get you an answer and a quote.
Wikihow has a great article on this topic, check it out here.
According to: The Knot “Traditionally, invitations go out six to eight weeks before the wedding—that gives guests plenty of time to clear their schedules and make travel arrangements if they don’t live in town. If it’s a destination wedding, give guests more time and send them out three months ahead of time.”
Letterpress Printing Guide Source: Design Shack Letterpress printing is an artform that’s been around since 1450. Credit for its creation goes to a German goldsmith, Johannes Gutenberg. Also known as relief printing or typographic printing, letterpress is more than an artform; it’s a tradition. Different parts of the world have contributed to the methods, techniques … Read more
Foil is a premium addition to your labels and marketing products. It draws the eye with its texture, metallic sheen, and depth. There are two different types of processes: hot foil and cold foil. Hot foil stamping involves having a die of the design foiled and mounted above the substrate. The die is heated and … Read more
Rehearsal Dinner: Answering the What and the Who A rehearsal dinner is a muscle stretching red carpet walk that leads the bride and groom to the main event ― the wedding. It’s hosted by the groom’s parents and is a great way to kick off things in the right direction. What is a Rehearsal … Read more
Letterpress printing is a tedious process – from arranging your designs using individual type blocks, to the inking and imprinting stage. It involves equipment and a certain level of craftsmanship that not many printers would have. As it is handmade, letterpress allows control and customization when it comes to fine typography. What you get is … Read more
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