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Wedding Invitation Envelope Printing
Wedding invitation envelope printing is not included in our base price. White envelopes are included in our package price. Cream envelopes are available for $.07 each.
- We can print just your return address on the front left corner or on the back flap of your envelope for $.15 each
- To print both a recipient address and your return address is $.35 each.
- To print the recipient addresses, we need the address list in an Excel spreadsheet or Google Sheets file. Each line of the recipient’s mailing address should be in a separate column. It is okay if first and last names are in separate columns or the city, state and zip are also in separate columns.
- Line 1: first and last name or just last name only (in one column or separate columns)
Line 2: street address
Line 3: city, state and zip (in one column or separate columns)
Line 4: country (if applicable)
- Please contact us if you have any questions. We charge $20/hr. if we have to manipulate your data file ($20 minimum)
Wedding Invitation Envelope Printing
Wedding invitations are the first glimpse guests get into a couple’s special day, and one aspect that is often overlooked is the importance of the wedding invitation envelope. Envelope printing is a crucial part of the wedding invitation process, and a well-designed and printed envelope can set the tone for the entire event.
When it comes to wedding invitation envelopes, there are several factors to consider, including the size, color, paper quality, font, and design. These elements all play a role in creating a cohesive and elegant look that reflects the couple’s personal style and sets the tone for the wedding.
Size is one of the most important considerations when it comes to wedding invitation envelopes. The envelope should be large enough to comfortably fit the invitation. Common sizes for wedding invitation envelopes include A7, A8, and A9. We offer A7 envelopes to accommodate a 5×7 invitation.
Color is another important factor when it comes to envelope printing. The envelope color should complement the wedding invitation design and reflect the overall theme and style of the wedding. Classic choices include white, cream, and ivory, while bolder options may include metallics or pastels.
The quality of the paper used for the envelope is also crucial. A high-quality paper will not only look better but will also hold up better during the mailing process. Common paper choices for wedding invitation envelopes include linen, cotton, and vellum.
Font and design choices for the envelope should also be carefully considered. The font used should be easy to read and complement the wedding invitation design. The design should be simple, elegant, and cohesive with the rest of the wedding stationery. This may include incorporating a monogram, floral or geometric patterns, or other elements that tie into the wedding theme.
When it comes to envelope printing, there are several techniques that can be used to create a unique and personalized look. These techniques include letterpress, foil stamping, and digital printing. We offer digital printing only as it is a more modern technique that involves printing the design directly onto the envelope using a digital printer. This method allows for more intricate and detailed designs, and can be used to create a wide range of styles and themes. Digital printing is also the most cost effective method.
When it comes to choosing an envelope printing technique, it’s important to consider the overall style and theme of the wedding, as well as the budget.
In addition to the design and printing techniques used for the envelope, there are also several options for addressing the envelope. The traditional approach is to handwrite the addresses, using calligraphy or a similar script. This creates a personalized and elegant look, but can be time-consuming and may require hiring a professional calligrapher.
Alternatively, printed address labels or digital calligraphy can be used for a more streamlined and cost-effective approach. However, this option may not have the same level of personalization and elegance as hand-addressing.
Overall, envelope printing is a crucial part of the wedding invitation process that should not be overlooked. By carefully considering the size, color, paper quality, font, and design of the envelope,