The Printery


Want to learn more about the printing process? This guide shows how the entire process from start to finish takes place when ordering your stationery or on the day items, and includes detailed information about the paper, colours and print methods we use to create our finished pieces.

Print Methods
Digital Printing
Standard (digital) printing is the most flexible option offered by printers worldwide. Digital has the ability to print almost any design in full, vibrant colour where the ink lays flat on the paper.

White Ink
White ink is perfect for providing stunning contrast on coloured cards and pairs beautifully with our large range of premium card stocks.

Foiling adds a new level of luxury and shine to your printed stationery. This method uses heat to fuse metal foil to card stock, leaving behind a glamorous and beautiful effect.

Letterpress is a time honoured process where your chosen design is stamped into your our premium thick card stock, leaving a luxurious impression in the paper.

Ink Colours
Digital and Letterpress

Envelope Colours
Our beautiful envelopes are made from premium paper and available in the colours shown below.