4 Printing Methods for Wedding Invitation Printing

To make a wedding invitation card look interesting, you can try out various printing styles or methods.

In some cases, different printing services use different terms. Here is a quick guide for the important terms regarding wedding invitation card printing.

1. Laser Cutting

These days, this is quite popular. With laser cutting, you can cut the paper stock of your wedding invitation card into unique patterns that can enhance its attractiveness and elegance. It can work even for intricate designs.

2. Foil Printing

Foil printing will bring you a result of a metallic and slightly raised letter on the surface of your wedding invitation paper from having paper-thin foil pushed into the paper. This process is completely ink-free, thus it is considered a dry printing process.

Compared to the other printing options, foil printing does not offer you too many options because the result might look illegible from too much customization, the lines might not appear that visible as well. If there are too many metallic texts on the wedding invitation card, the letters will be difficult to read, so be careful not to overdo foil printing.

Foil printing is absolutely great for monograms or keywords on the wedding invitation card or other parts that need specific emphasis, such as the title of the wedding invitation card, the name of the bride and groom, the wedding date, or the venue place name.

If you want to achieve a dramatic effect with foil printing, choose dark colored paper with it so that the letters can shine against the dark colored paper.

Foil printing can get a little pricey, so if you want to get a similar look at a cheaper price, you should consider using gold ink with digital printing or screen printing. Of course, the quality will be different compared to foil printing, but it is still good enough.

3. Letter Press / Embossing / De-Embossing

These three printing options are similar but quite different. Some people think that the term can be used interchangeably, but not really. Let’s learn more about the definition of each:

Letter press’ result makes the surface of the paper raised on the back and indented on the front. It looks textural and sophisticated, and it is the most expensive alternative compared to embossing and de-embossing. To make sure the look is still good and the printing process not too expensive, it is best to stick to two ink colors for one wedding invitation card.

Embossing and de-embossing are just opposites of each other. Embossing creates an elevated letter on the front and indented on the back, meanwhile, embossing does the opposite. It is available for a large scale printing and is perfect for monograms, borders, and motifs.

4. Engraving

Engraving is a little similar to embossing and de-embossing, however at a smaller scale. It is the more expensive option compared to the aforementioned printing option.

Engraving makes the surface of the paper raised while the back indented. The look it makes is interesting, however it is quite expensive. It can only be used on thicker paper or premium quality paper. You can visit this site to get more info, www.kiasuprint.com/cheap-wedding-invitation-card-printing-in-singapore

Apply to attend

Give us a call or fill in the form below and we'll contact you. We endeavor to answer all inquiries within 24 hours on business days.