Wedding invitations, save the date cards, thank you cards, etc., are all forms of wedding stationeries that add to the overall feel of weddings. And planning for your wedding stationery involves you getting in touch with your theme, personality, and style. Your guests have to feel the kind of wedding you’re going to have, through your invites!  With wedding stationeries come different terms, concepts, and designs. There are such things as waxes, seals, envelope liners, printing techniques, etc.  Here, we’re excited to share some wedding stationery printing techniques that would serve as inspiration when deciding on wedding stationery!

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  • Letterpress

Suppose your invitation card is of high quality and made of heavy paper. In that case, you may go for the letterpress printing technique.

The technique involves an inked metal plate; this metal plate is often used to transfer ink onto a material. Paper is mainly used to press the already inked design, leaving a deep impression of the preferable design in the card or paper.


  • Engraving

The engraving printing technique is an all-time favorite. It never goes out of style. It dates back to the 1700s! The procedure involves etching a coated copper plate with a chosen text and design, inking it, and placing it on the card, pressed alongside a weight of two tons. At this point, a raised indentation of your chosen design appears on the card.


  • Digital

Digital printing is the most common technique available. For the perfect wedding stationer that would listen to your concerns and tailor your stationery accordingly, Forever and Company is here to help!


We’ll introduce you to fantastic wedding stationers to choose from. We have other professional wedding vendors that will suit your wedding needs too. And what better way to reduce the stress of wedding planning than having your wedding vendors all in one place!

We are excited to be able to bridge the gap between you and your wedding vendors. And to further help your wedding planning process, here’s a link to one of our blog posts: