What is the difference between letterpress and digital printing?
Digital printing is a method in which an image is printed directly from the computer onto the paper. A variety of colors and tonal ranges can be achieved, and this kind of printing has no texture — the inks sit flat on top of the paper.
Our digital printing is done on state-of-the-art presses and beautiful paper that is 25% cotton with a cloth-like feel. This ensures what we consider to be the highest quality digital invitations around!
Letterpress is an antique printing method that dates back to the 15th century. Images and text are formed onto a raised surface, which is inked and pressed into a sheet of paper. This labor intensive process results in a lush impression on the paper, creating a beautifully tactile print.
Our letterpress invitations are printed on luxurious soft cotton papers that are a feast for the eyes and a treat to touch. It doesn't get much classier than this!