Before they catch a glimpse of your venue, before they awe at the beauty of your dress, your guests will see your invitations. Wedding stationery is like a window into the future. It gives a taste of what’s to come at your wedding and should elicit emotion and excitement from the moment your guests open the envelope. Wedding invitations are much more than just a piece of paper – and that’s why we’re excited to introduce you to Letterpress Made today.

Wedding invitations are an important part of the planning process: not only do they set the visual tone for the wedding, but they need to thoughtfully convey many details to your guests. If you want your stationery to speak to your guests of much more than just the basic info, we suggest that you hire a custom invitation designer, like Julia from Letterpress Made.

Every couple has their own story, and Julia wants to help tell a couple’s story by creating a stationery suite that best represents them. When you work with her, you’re not just hiring a printer. You’re teaming up with a professional design studio to create a custom-designed experience for your guests from the second they receive your invitation. Care and craftsmanship are at the pillars of her work with thoughtful design at the center of everything she does.

Letterpress Made utilizes hand-mixed ink and thick cotton paper stock selected for its quality, and take great pride in creating stationery that will be proudly displayed in the home as a reminder of your event – never looked at merely as a disposable piece of paper. Each invitation has been printed by hand in New Mexico, and is crafted with attention.

Mindful of a wide range of budgets, Lettpress Made loves working with couples to create packages tailored to their needs. Pop over to their newly re-launched site to check out some of their work and get in touch to see what Letterpress Made can do for you and your special event!

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