Collection Guide

Our Collection Guide will help you navigate our Semi-Custom Collection process and the customization options available. We encourage you to read and refer to this guide while preparing to submitting your invitation order.

 

The process

 

01. Select Your Suite

Our Semi-Custom Collection offers a range of thoughtfully designed suites. Each suite allows customization options for Printing Method, Paper Type, Paper Color, and Ink Color. To begin the process we recommend that you explore our Collection and choose a suite that reflects your unique aesthetic.

02. Place Your Order

As you prepare to place your order, it is important to consider your wording and color choices. During the ordering process you will be asked to complete a detailed form to capture the information we will use to create your personalized suite that features your wording, style and color selections.

03. Design Process Begins

Once your order has been placed and your information collected, the design process begins right away. When choosing your suite we encourage you to consider your selections carefully before placing your order. We will follow up within 5 to 10 business days with a digital proof featuring your unique selections.

04. Proofing & Approval

Once you have reviewed your digital proof, you can either approve for printing or request changes. One round of revisions is included with your order, any adjustments after this round can be made for a fee. Once your proof has been approved, we will follow up with details about your suite's progress.

 

Printing Methods

 

Digital Printing

Digital printing creates a flat, smooth finish on top of paper. Digital printing is our method of choice when selecting our 100lb cardstock paper option. These lighter paper weights lend themselves to a casual, relaxed feel.

Letterpress Printing

Letterpress printing creates a beautiful, pillow-like impression in paper with solid, matte inks. This printing method is available for our 100lb cardstock, 220lb cotton paper and handmade paper.

Foil Printing

Foil printing is the process of laying a sheet of metallic foil on paper that is then pressed with a metal plate. This method is available for our 100lb cardstock, 220lb cotton paper and handmade paper.

 

Paper Types

 

100lb Cardstock Paper

Our 100lb cardstock is our paper of choice for digital printing and features clean, smooth edges with a softly textured finish. Our 100lb cardstock pairs well with our vellum  wraps.

220lb Cotton Paper

Our 220lb cotton is beautifully thick with a gentle eggshell finish. This paper is ideal for letterpress and foil printing for it's ability to create a deep impression.

Handmade Paper

Our handmade paper features a softly, textured surface and natural deckled edges. Our handmade paper is well suited for a delicate letterpress impression.

 

paper Colors

Lace and Soft White

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Envelope Colors

Lace, Soft White, Dove Grey, Stone

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Digital & Letterpress Ink Colors

Black, Charcoal, Dove, Pebble, Pewter, Espresso, Rain, Rose, Walnut

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Foil Printing Colors

Gold, Copper, Rose Gold

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Ribbon Colors

Sea, Haze, Taupe, Milk and Honey, Ash, Chalk, Wisp

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Wax Colors

Gold, Chocolate, Copper, Champagne, White, Stone, Black
Our beautiful wax seal stamps and wax colors are created and selected exclusively in partnership with WaxSeals.com

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Wreath / Monogram Styles

Morning Glory, Magnolia, Fine Jasmine, Bold Jasmine, Dogwood, Organic Greenery
Our wreath designs can be customized with or without calligraphy

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Calligraphy Styles

No.1 / Light & Modern  |  No.2 / Simple & Casual  |  No.3 / Flourished & Elegant

 
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Interested In more options?

Please fill out our Custom Request Questionnaire for a custom invitation design that is created especially for you. This includes any requests that are not offered within the Semi-Custom invitation options, ie., custom ink colors, typography styles, additional paper colors and printing methods.