Posts tagged Custom Stationery
Behind the Scenes: Packaging Wedding Invitations

The packaging process is important to us because we want the entire experience to reflect the time, care, and investment that went into creating our product. Paper is the foundation of our business, so why not show it off our love for it in our packaging? I want our clients to feel as if everything has been thought of.

This is the final, fifth part of our Custom Stationery Series.

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Behind the Scenes: Assembling Wedding Invitations

Assembly is one of my favorite parts of the process, because you finally get to see the vision and hard work come together. It’s the moment when everything clicks. From envelope liners and ribbon to stuffing, sealing, addressing, postage, and wax seals, we’re breaking down how and why we assemble the way we do!

This is part four of our custom stationery series.

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Behind the Scenes: Printing Wedding Invitations

Printing wedding invitations can be a complex and layered process. In this post, we’re talking all about the printing methods we offer both in house and through outsourcing, how we set up files, color adjust, print on different kinds of paper, and all the little details along the way.

This is part three of our custom stationery series.

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Behind the Scenes: Refining Custom Stationery

Quotes, sketches, and material options are only the first step of our custom stationery process. In this blog post, we are talking about how we take designs from rough initial sketches to polished and print-ready designs that our clients adore.

This is part two of our custom stationery series.

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Behind the Scenes: Sketching Custom Stationery

Just like with any thoughtful endeavor, we never just jump head first into stationery designs. Sketching is truly the heart and soul of our creative process, and is where we begin each and every one of our suite designs. From outlines and thumbnails to client-ready digital sketches, we are pulling back the curtain and showing our entire sketching process, and discussing how we integrate sketches in our client process.

This is part one of our custom stationery series.

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