February 24, 2017

Spring Flower Wedding Invitations

My goodness! I have been majorly bitten by the spring romance bug!
I am just knee deep in floral designs lately and this tropical, romantic, coral and all the pinks are making me squeal just a little. Has me dreaming of fun destination wedding settings overflowing with the breeze and blooming gardens!

February 3, 2017

Matching Reception Paper

Using your invitation design on your reception paper is a wonderful way to create a cohesive theme.
There are so many fun ways you can use paper for decoration...
menus, programs, table numbers, escort cards, specialty signs.

We are happy to offer matching reception items for all of our invitation suites.
Here are a few examples:

Needing something to coordinate with one of our invitation suites and don't see it on our site, don't hesitate to ask! We are always happy to create customized matching reception paper for your big day!

Printing Color Options

When it comes to colors, the sky is the limit!
We've taken our most popular colors and included them for our print options (shown below).

With our thermography printing, we also have a beautiful metallic gold and a metallic silver available.

One of the questions we are often asked is about printing custom colors and I am delighted to say it is no problem at all. 

With thermography printing, we would need the coated pantone color of choice for custom color printing.
With digital/flat printing, we would need your cmyk information for custom color printing.

I love seeing how different colors completely transform the look of each suite

Looking for a specific color you don't see on our list? Don't hesitate to ask. We are here to create the perfect invitation suite for you!
February 2, 2017

Paper Choices

Paper, paper, paper....
such a critically important component of your invitations.

Here at Blush Paperie, we offer 2 types of printing methods... 
Digital - flat print
Thermography - raised print

With these 2 different print methods come 2 different paper options.
We've chosen paper options to make each print method shine.

First we'll talk about the digital/flat print options...
 As you can see from the image, the felt paper has almost a cotton type look to it. 
The textured white is a much smoother option. 
And the metallic pearl will give you a shimmer if you prefer.

 Next up, our thermography/raised print paper options...
The linen finish shown above has a slight woven look to it. 
It is a subtle finish and is quite popular with our thermography printing.
Looking for something more modern? The smooth white is a beautiful choice.

And the next obvious question.... what does # mean? 
# means pound and it refers to the thickness of the paper.
The higher the # number, the thicker the paper.
As you can see in the image below, the 165# weighted paper is substantially thicker than the 80# paper:

Looking for something completely different?
We also have the option to special order paper. Don't ever hesitate to ask!

And above all else... I always recommend ordering a sample package.
Our thermography sample packages will show each thermography paper option
and our digital/flat sample packages will show each digital paper option.
Being able to see the finish & color in person and feeling the weight will help you decide what is right for your wedding invitations.
January 31, 2017

A simple and clean layout with gorgeous font is what our Charleston suite is all about. 
The metallic gold thermography is a client favorite and we agree it's quite fabulous! 😍

January 27, 2017

Glitter Envelope Liner for your Gold Wedding Invitations

When only all glam will do! 

Our metallic gold thermography paired with a gold glitter envelope liner. 👊

Shown on our ultra luxurious 165# off white linen, our beautiful ribbon invitation suite design is classic yet modern.

January 26, 2017

Turquoise and Black Wedding Invitation

Love our plume suite printed in aqua and black thermography! 
Especially fond of our ribbon belly bands... this suite brings all the wow!
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