Different Technologies Used In - The Process of Printing Wedding Invitations

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Published: 03rd May 2011
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These days, we are fortunate in having a variety of technologies to print our Indian marriage invitation cards. They range in elegance and cost, but you can always find a printing type that represents the kind of wedding card you want for the wedding in your family. Before you decide on any one, it is advisable to scout the market, but if this is not possible, speak to someone who knows and take his advice. However, today, the market comprises the following:

Digital Offset Printing: This technology helps produce much higher quality than a desktop printer. Not only can it print on thicker paper, but it also gives off better overall appearance with much sharper and detailed images. The text and design of Indian invitation cards are printed simultaneously on white paper in full color, allowing for several designs on white paper. They are so comfortably priced that, for brides and grooms, is the ideal choice.

Letterpress Printing: This is the most versatile and the oldest printing technology available for marriage invitation cards. It helps achieve a vintage look and for its convenience of use, it is highly sought-after by brides and grooms.

Engraved Printing: This is a formal printing method, developed in the 18th century. It is a traditional form of printing thatís raised. It has a distinct appeal and look and because of its unmatched quality, it tends to be the most expensive printing technology for Indian wedding invitation cards.

Calligraphy: This requires the services of a professional calligrapher to handwrite each Indian wedding invitation card. However, since this is a manual form of producing cards as against new technologies, it is very expensive and cannot be done for large numbers of guests.

Thermography: To put it simply, this technology is offset printing which comes with a raised effect or a 3-D result which resembles engraving. It has a shinier effect than engraving. This technology is widely used these days to print wedding invitation cards. It is really a product of modern times as it is not high on manual labor and is therefore in great demand as this makes it cost-effective and affordable for most people.

Embossing: Here, you get a raised effect by pressing paper between two hot metal dies. If you want to achieve a sophisticated look for your wedding cards, go in for embossing.

Foil stamping: Here, a die is pressed against a sheet of foil that stamps the design on the paper with the use of heat and pressure. With this technology, you can get high quality prints and images.

Hand Written: If you can write well and clearly and have the time to spare, you can easily write out your own Indian marriage cards. This is generally seen to be slightly less formal than wedding invitation cards made by modern technologies.

These are the various printing technologies used these days for printing wedding invitations. Which one you choose depends on the effect you want and on your budget. Finally, go with your heart and choose your style instinctively.

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