Frequently Asked Questions
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Can I change the pocket card colour?
Unfortunately, our pockets are pre- made with the colours available being shown on our website, and we’re unable to change the colours of this card. Most of our best sellers have a range of different pocket colours, which should all be listed online.
If you have a specific invite in mind, feel free to let us know the item code and we can check all the available pocket colours for you.
We can however change the insert card colour printing on most designs.
Can I change the insert paper colour?
We can customise the insert card colours on some of our invites. To check if an inner card colour change is possible on your selected invite, click on ‘personalise now’. On the first step of this process a /custom theme colour option/ will be presented to you if the background colour can be customised.
Or, reach out to our team with which invites you’re looking at, and we will let you know!
What colours do you have for raised ink printing?
We have five different colours to choose from in our raised printing (thermography) process.
These colours are black, wine red, dark brown, dark grey and dark blue.
Can I change the text colour?
We can customise the text colour on most of our invites.
In general, as most of our invites are printed in raised ink the standard colours we have using this print process are black, wine red, brown, grey and blue.
We can also print colours digitally, in that case we could print text in virtually any colour but the text will be flat not raised.
Feel free to get in touch with us with the invite you have in mind, and what text colour you are specifically looking at and we can let you know possible suggestions.
Can we printing our text in white?
Unfortunately, we cannot print in a white colour in a raised ink finish.
However, if your selected paper colour is white (or pearl), and we print the background colour onto the insert card then the text colour can be left white (colour of the paper). Essentially we print the background around your text colour, and the white colour is part of the background.
For example: https://www.B Weddinginvitations.com/product/jewelled-navy-half-pocket-wedding-invitations-1