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in four easy steps
choose your look
Whether you choose digital or luxury printing (like letterpress or foil) from our collection of designs, or you want to mix and match elements from different suites, your invitation will set the stage for the special details of your celebration.
the finer details
Choose everything from ink color and paper type in an easy-to-navigate ordering process and then share the specifics with me so I can help you craft the perfect-and accurate-wording for your wedding invitation and paper suite.
it's off to work we go
Once you submit your order, we receive it and begin work immediately. If we have any questions about your order, we'll reach out! If not, you'll hear from us within 7 business days of placing your order with a digital proof of the pieces you've ordered. Your proof will include all pieces from your order.
you've got mail!
After proofing your wedding invitations, it'll go to print and then arrive to you with careful instructions about how to assemble and mail each one. I'll guide you through postage and addressing—so you can get your pretty paper to your guests!
The most familiar form of printing-also known as flat printing, is the process of applying ink directly to paper or cardstock resulting in a seamless, or flat, texture on the
This time honored printing process is done by hand using matte ink and a metal plate, creating an impressed or debossed look on a thicker cardstock like Crane's Lettra paper. At Fox and Quill Paperie, we specialize in the best letterpress wedding invitations.
The most luxurious option actually isn't a printing process at all-similar to letterpress, foil stamping gives your wording a metallic shine without using ink. Each card is hand-pressed with metallic foil using a metal plate.
Each printing method uses the best possible paper for that method. Both paper colors are available in single and double ply.
SINGLE PLY & DOUBLE PLY
WHITE & IVORY PAPER