Published at Thursday, March 21st, 2019 - 07:39:16 AM. Wedding Card. By Archaimbaud Drouet.
Further improvements were made during 1643 where Ludwig von Siegen created metal-plate engraving, which made invitations more beautiful and stylish. It was in the 19th century after 150 years following the invention of lithography by Alois Senefelder that the mass-production of wedding cards and invitations took off.
Even after the invention of the printing press, hand written wedding cards were still preferred because of the problem of ink smudging, and the ink was simply stamped onto the paper and was not very appealing. To solve this problem, a piece of tissue paper is placed over the print, a technique that is still used today.
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