Letterpress Chevron Wedding Invitation with Anchor Motif
One of the oldest and most beautiful processes for reproducing images on paper, Engraving involves reverse etching an image onto a copper plate.
The opposite of embossing, debossing creates a recessed design by pressing a die into the paper.
Digital printing relies on computer technology to print images direct from a computer to paper. But unlike traditional printing, digital printers spray the ink onto the paper rather than imprint it.
Foil stamping is a process for which foils made of metal or other materials, available in various colors, are carried on a plastic sheet and transferred through a stamping process onto paper.
Letterpress printing involves setting the design in reverse on a letterpress plate which is inked and pressed onto the paper. The pressing process transfers the ink and leaves a deep impression on the paper creating a three dimensional print.
Also known as flat printing, lithography is created by ink applied to a flat printing plate. It is the most common but least distinctive printing technique.
One of the most affordable types of printing, thermography involves adding a resinous powder to the printing ink which leaves a slightly raised effect. Thermography produces an effect similar to but not quite as elegant as engraving.
For the couple choosing nautical nuptials, our navy blue and white chevron pattern paired with a stately anchor motif make for the perfect invitation. Add a delightful handwritten-inspired typestyle for an extra touch of whimsy.
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- William Arthur
- Flat Card
- 5 5/8 x 7 1/2
- Printing process: Letterpress
- White Paper
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Heavy weight paper
- Choice of ink & lining
- Sample available as SKU CZ245
- Chevron pattern will remain dark blue
- Processing time: 6 - 7 business days