European Vintage Swirls I

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  • European Vintage Swirls I
  • European Vintage Swirls I
  • European Vintage Swirls I
  • European Vintage Swirls I
  • European Vintage Swirls I
  • European Vintage Swirls I
  • European Vintage Swirls I

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  • European Vintage Swirls I - Wedding Invitation

  • ItemNo. : BAI1166
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  • Wedding Invitations

You can change the quantity during your personalization on the editor page and during checkout process.

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  • Save the dates
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All invitations, response cards, save the dates, and thank you cards come with blank envelopes. During your personalization process on the editor page, you can choose address printing option and/or change the quantity of the envelopes.

Thermography and vellum pocket shown on the images are options you can purchase during personalization.

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Product Details

  • Product Type
  • Wedding Invitations
  • Card Dimensions
  • 6.50" x 6.50"
  • Insert Dimensions
  • 6.25" x 6.25"
  • Weight
  • 1.40 oz
  • Description
  • This modern invitation with a touch of vintage sophistication shines with unique style. Old European floral swirls harmonize with the contemporary color scheme to create an elegant yet urban atmosphere. Pearlized invitation card and jacket appear smooth and shimmering. The jacket opens horizontally and holds up to four matching enclosures in the pocket. A silky satin band with a seal bearing the first names of the couple secures the jacket.
  • Product Highlights

  • Pearl paper; Sparkling Swarovski crystal embellishment; Satin ribbon band with a seal
  • Free Assembly includes
  • Attachment of the invitation card to the jacket; Up to four matching enclosures placed in the pocket; Attachment of the crystal embellishment; Pre-assembled ribbon and seal
  • Printing Method
  • Digital

    Printing & Finishing Methods

    Printing and finishing processes are the vital parts of creating your unique wedding invitations. Depending on the types of printing and finishing techniques, your invitation can carry elegance and sophistication, change its look from casual to formal, and stand out among all the usual wedding stationaries. These are some of the methods used for our products:

    Offset/Flat Printing: One of the most commonly used printing processes in the industry. It offsets ink from a metal plate to a rubber blanket, then to the smooth surface.

    Raised Printing/Thermography: This technique involves adding special powder to

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    Printing & Finishing Methods

    Printing and finishing processes are the vital parts of creating your unique wedding invitations. Depending on the types of printing and finishing techniques, your invitation can carry elegance and sophistication, change its look from casual to formal, and stand out among all the usual wedding stationaries. These are some of the methods used for our products:

    Offset/Flat Printing: One of the most commonly used printing processes in the industry. It offsets ink from a metal plate to a rubber blanket, then to the smooth surface.

    Raised Printing/Thermography: This technique involves adding special powder to the ink printed on the paper. The piece goes through drying process and then heated until the powder and ink form a raised effect on the paper. Letters and images done with this process appear shimmering with texture, similar to engraving.

    High Resolution Digital Printing: Modern printing method that uses digital files instead of printing plates. Unlike desktop publishing, our technique delivers vivid, long-lasting colors with many paper options.

    Silk-Screening/Screen Printing: Uses a porous mesh as a screen and a stencil to block ink, and then the ink is forced through the screen following the stencil pattern. This method can be used on any size, shape, thickness, or type of paper.

    Embossing: Creates three-dimensional images. In regular printing, plates are pressed against the surface to leave an imprint, whereas in embossing, the pressing raises the surfaces adding a new dimension to the object. Usually used on high end products as it adds much class and elegance.

    Laser-Cutting: Another high quality finishing method that uses lasers to cut materials to create delicate and intricate patterns, figures, and designs. Our laser-cut products deliver superb quality and style.

    Foil Stamping: Utilizes a special film-backed material, or foil to be applied to paper where a heated die is stamped onto the foil and then adhere to the surface, leaving the design of the die on the paper. Sometimes combined with embossing to create more striking 3D images.