Thermographic printing is what I am obsessed with right now, particularly thermography wedding invitations. In layman’s terms, thermography is a type of printing which uses heat to create raised letters or images. You can think of it kind of like brail or engraving, only it has a slightly more malleable feel to it.
Raised lettering through thermography will give your invitations and save the dates an extra formal look without the extra formal cost. One of our wedding invitations which uses thermography and which happens to be one of my personal favorites is the Dramatic Rose – Black and White invitation. The wrapping of this elegant invite features a raised pearl lined rose for a classic and elegant look. When your guests open the wrap, your card with all your wedding information will be right there on a white card in embossed black lettering. The black and white color palette for this
exceptional invitation speaks to a black-tie occasion, yet even if your wedding dress code is semi-formal, this invite provides a great touch of class.
For a wedding that may incorporate a little bit of a bolder color palette, this invitation is also available in red and black. The red and black version would be perfect for a slightly less formal, slightly more flashy, but always elegant wedding day!
Did you find the information on thermography helpful? I don’t think the average person is overly familiar with this fantastic printing effect and I just had to share! What do you think about the Dramatic Rose wedding invitations? Love ’em? Hate ’em? Leave a comment and let us know!