August 19, 2008

Change, change... lots of change

Wow! There are going to be a lot of changes at Blush Paperie in the next few weeks. I'm overhauling a section of the site with a new look, adding new products that will "dress up" our standard invitation suites, and adding additional printing options.

I just finished publishing our new printing options. I've added digital offset and thermography to our current offset printing option. Each option is unique in its own way...

- Digital offset is a flat form of printing that is a less formal, lower cost option (especially for brides needing less than 100 sets of invitations). It differs from standard digital and laser printers in that the ink is wet and not a dry toner. This allows it to work well with textured papers.

- Offset is also a flat form of printing and offers exact, clean, crisp printing and there is no extra charge for pantone color matching. This is one of the most common methods of printing for wedding invitations.

- Thermography prints images and text raised. This look adds a nice dimension to your invitation.

If you have any questions about any of these methods, feel free to drop me a line. I completely understand how confusing it can be.