Wedding invitation designs that feature beautiful typography (in any language!) are just made for letterpress. Fernanda contacted us last year and asked if it were possible for us to print one invite in English and one in Portuguese for her upcoming wedding. Of course we are more than happy to print invitations in any language!
Her fiance Steve sent us a layout with a monogram that we modified slightly to be more letterpress friendly and got busy printing right away. The ink colour we used is a slightly shimmery Pantone Black 6U that looked perfect on Crane’s Lettra pearl white. To add a bit more oomph to the piece we bumped up the stock to double-thick 220lb!
Back in December, WDP was invited by the talented Ottawa wedding planner Lynn Lee http://weddingsunveiled.ca to design stationery for a style shoot she was organizing. We were so lucky to be among many talented wedding vendors that participated in the beautiful shoot full of flowers and chocolate!
If you were browsing wedding sites on Valentine’s Day you might have seen our pink and grey woodgrain letterpress suite as part of this featured blog post on WedLuxe Style File: In Full Bloom. If not, please check it out now, and all of the amazing vendors that contributed!
Stunning photography by Barbara Ann Studios http://barbara-ann-studios.com
Hey everyone, I know it’s been forever since we’ve blogged last and yes we are still alive! 🙂 There has been a lot of printing and designing keeping us busy so we’ll have a few posts coming up in the next couple of weeks showcasing the great work we’ve had the privilege of doing over the last couple of months. Today, a project that was a real treat to print (mmm donuts) are these awesome business cards for Toronto based company Pink Donut Visuals.
Some logos are just perfection when letterpress printed and this one certainly is! We used Pantones 2375 & 2756 on Crane’s Lettra 220lb cotton stock and then to make the cards even better, edge-painted them in matching blue.
Check out Pink Donut’s Facebook page for all kinds of info on their video production services http://www.facebook.com/pinkdonutvisuals and their Vimeo page for examples of their work http://vimeo.com/pinkdonutvisuals (they do weddings!!)
WDP also has a new website in the works (forgive the lack of pages to browse) but if you want information on our letterpress services there is a contact form on our homepage http://www.wedoprinting.net
Unique businesses deserve unique business cards and we’ve got 2 examples to show you today. Both of these cards were letterpress printed for local customers (staying 100 mile-yay!) on creamy Lettra pearl white cotton paper for a classic antique look.
The Old 4th is a new organic brewery in the area; organic beer-can it get any better?? You have to see the awesome pics of their hops harvest on their Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/Old4thBrewingCompany Their logo was also designed by local designer Erica Taylor, check out her artwork here: http://www.ericataylorart.com
For Dr. Wheatcroft’s Organ Consulting card we also opted for a vertical layout with Copperplate font and a medieval looking organ to offer a hint as to his line of work. The details in the graphic came out beautifully on the letterpress. There is a ton of information about his restoration projects on the website here: http://www.organconsulting.ca
A one-of-a-kind business having a ho-hum business card will not get noticed, don’t let that happen to you! Give us a shout for a quote and get your business noticed!
And if you only need 100 1 colour cards, it’s $95.00!
There is nothing a designer or printer loves more than clients who know exactly what they want and Alexis and Stephanie were an absolute dream to work with! Alexis asked for a simple, text only design with edge-painting and printed envelopes for their wedding invitation suite. Perfect for our letterpress! We used a monogram Alexis designed himself and picked out a couple great fonts and Pantone colours to match the style. Edge-painting the invite in matching yellow completed the look.
Hey everyone, it’s been awhile since we’ve updated our blog, but it’s only because we’ve been so busy! Today I have a few pics of 3 different business cards we printed for clients in the last month, all 3 are printed on Crane’s Lettra 220lb cotton paper and feature our fave customization-edge-painting.
This first card designed by Brytani Bedard at 10Count is printed double-sided with basic black ink and edge-painted in the same black for a classic look.
This second card designed by Victor Paszkiewicz at Mebius is printed single-sided in Pantone Cool Grey 11 and edge-painted in the same matching grey.
The third card designed by Des Hildebrand at Paper Airplanes for Kendra Redekop Design was printed in 2 ink colours-Pantones 7712 & Cool Grey 11 and edge-painted to match Pantone 7712.
A business card needs to get the attention and keep the attention of the person it is handed to, and these cards sure do that! Upgrade your business card to letterpress, just send us a message for a quote!
Today on the blog is this beautiful business card designed by Aileen Fretz for her photography business White Photographie . The card was printed double-sided on duplex 100% cotton paper in a lovely shade of grey. The pattern on the front of the card highlights the 3D effect of letterpress and the retro camera logo is a perfect match for the old-school printing!
Pictures were taken by Aileen for us to use! Please check out Aileen’s website http://www.liveworkmedia.com if you need the help of a fabulous designer. And if you already have a fabulous design send it on over for a quote!
So most people believe that letterpress printing is best for a limited number of ink colours. One, two or three max. Well, we don’t believe in limitations at We Do Printing and this card proves it! This eye-catching business card for Charisa Marketing is another great design from Aileen Fretz at Livework Media http://www.liveworkmedia.com.
A five colour logo and another colour for the text set the record for most ink mixing in one day at WDP’s shop! The printing was quite a feat of patience due to the exact registration that the logo required, if even one of the plates was not in correct position the whole logo would have been a mess! The card was printed on extra thick 220lb cotton paper to reduce the impression that would show through to the other side.
Do you have a design that you think can’t be letterpress printed? Send it over! Let us take a look, you might be pleasantly surprised!