Print Finishing Ideas for Your Dream Wedding

Your wedding should be as unique as your love, it should reflect your personalities and be a celebration of two people coming together.

No matter what your dream wedding theme, print finishing can provide beautiful, customized wedding invitations, favors, and decors that your guests will remember.

We offer several print finishing techniques that can create decorations for your wedding day — laser cutting, embossing, foil stamping, and other embellishments can all be used for your one-of-a-kind celebration.

Signs

Laser cut signs can be made to fit any location or theme. Make custom signs to direct your guests to your wedding location, from the ceremony to the reception, or make decorative signs for the bar, buffet, restrooms, and photobooth. Laser cutting can make custom cut out signs in paper or cardstock, can burn or brand leather or wooden signs, or even be used on metal signs.

Table Decorations

Traditional table decorations, such as place cards and table numbers are made with paper. But using a traditional material doesn’t mean they have to be boring. You can use embellishments such as embossing or letterpress for a more three-dimensional effect. Or use foil stamping for an eye-catching and elegant look.

lasercut

Laser cutting can be used on paper, cardstock, and other materials, such as wood or fabric, to make table numbers or place cards. You can make table décor with a custom monogram, floral or lace pattern, or other shapes to fit your theme. You can even use laser cutting to make centerpieces.

For the Gift Table

Your guests can have a unique experience when dropping off their card or gift as well. You can use print finishing embellishments such as embossing, foil, or varnish coatings to create a guestbook with your wedding theme. You can also use lamination to make a protective and durable cover.

Or, consider the card box. You can use laser cutting to cut out the card slot, but it can also cut shapes or patterns, such as your monogram or flowers. As with centerpieces, your gift table decorations can incorporate laser cutting as well. You can also use laser cutting to create a customized cover for your guest book.

wedding-favors

Wedding Favors

You will want to give your guests something they can take with them to remember your special day and print finishing embellishments can help with that too! You can use embossing or foil stamping on custom-made wedding favors.

Or, rather paper place cards on the table, you can use laser etching to make personalized glassware instead. Or there are countless ways you could use laser cutting with other materials, such as wood, metal, or fabric to create custom-made wedding favors.

Don’t Forget the Invitations

And, before the ceremony and the reception, the first thing your wedding guests will see is your invitation or save the date. Print finishing embellishments offer many ways to make your invitations special.

  • Foil Stamping
  • Varnishes and Coatings
  • Embossing
  • Letterpress
  • Unique materials
  • Raised Ink Printing and Spot UV Coatings
  • Die Cuts
  • Laser Cutting
  • Additional embellishments like ribbons, bows, glitter, and more

To learn more about how print finishing can be used to personalize your wedding invitations, check out our blog post on popular trends for printed invitations.

Remove the Stress, Rely on Our Experience

We know that wedding planning can be stressful. Let us help you design the invitations, décor, and wedding favors of your dreams. We’re proud to have the latest print finishing technology in-house so we can help you create your dream wedding while helping you stay in budget.

Our experienced staff can explain how to best use our print finishing embellishments and provide you samples, so you know what you’re getting. We pride ourselves on our lightning-fast turnaround time, so last-minute changes are no problem.

If you needed it yesterday you better contact us today!

We can turn even the most complex jobs around quickly – and without all the time and expense creating dies. Let’s talk about your project!