Published at Friday, March 29th, 2019 - 05:55:14 AM. Wedding Invitation. By Bernard Masson.
Thermography is another option. It doesn’t cost an arm and a leg like engraving. The printer has ink and powder resin at his combined disposal. He mixes them with heat to replicate the raised lettering effect of engraving. The text is beautiful, shiny, and often purported to be not as sharp as engraving.
One of the latest trends in wedding stationery has been to add a small bow to each invitation. Find some ribbon in your wedding colors, punch a hole in the corner of your invite, and presto, you’ve got something with some style. Ribbons aren’t the only way to add texture to a wedding invitation.
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