Modern technology has provided us with much convenience--for one, wedding invitations now take less time to make because of digital printing. While such invites allow for a wider leeway in customization, old-fashioned invitations--such as those made by letterpress--still have their own charm.
Letterpressed invites sure take more time to make, since the process involves inking the paper using a printing press. The result, however, more than makes up for the time you'll have to wait for the invites. The invitations turn out to have more texture, plus there's something about handmade products that makes them even more prettier.
Some of the couples we've featured had letterpressed invitations for their wedding. For inspirations for your own invites, see our gallery below.
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- How to Save on Your Wedding Invitations
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- Tips on Working with Your Invitation Printer
- Elements to Personalize Your Invitations