Blind Debossing Makes an Impression Without Ink

Blind Deboss Detail

To Ink or Not To Ink? That, sometimes, is the question. Today, we’re going to get into the nitty gritty of blind debossing, a printing technique that has become increasingly popular in both business and event stationery. To put it in the simplest terms, a blind deboss is printing using a letterpress plate without ink, […]

How Letterpress Printing Can Enhance Your Wedding Invitation Suite

Letterpress Wedding Invitation

When deciding on the tone and feel of your wedding, the stationery is something that deserves just as much consideration as any other detail. The wedding invitation is the first impression your guests will have of your wedding and is a great way of setting an expectation for your event. Investing in making your design […]

When to send wedding invitations

Full Color Digitally Printed Save The Date

One of the most important things to consider when working on a wedding planning schedule is timing. Planning ahead when deciding on your wedding invitations can give you a massive advantage. Sending your invitations out too late can make it more difficult for your guests to attend your event, especially those guests coming from out […]

Blind Deboss Printing

Blind Deboss and Gold Foil Business Card

One of the printing techniques we enjoy using the most is the blind deboss, which simply means a letterpress impression without ink. This method of printing is excellent for adding a subtle detail to a business card or wedding invitation, with or without being combined with letterpress inks or foil stamping.  This particular card was […]

Flayberg Wedding

Letterpress Wedding Flat Lay

It is always a special moment to receive a beautiful photograph of an invitation suite we helped to print. A bride we recently worked with was kind enough to send us this wonderful photo taken by her wedding photographer, Katie Lopez.  This particular wedding stationery suite was printed on double-thick Neenah Cotton paper using letterpress printing. […]

Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia there live the blind texts.