6 Exciting Ways To Print Wedding Cards

by Devendra Kumar Article

Do you have a basic theme in your mind? If it is clear in your thought then designing it on the wedding card is not a tough job. But do you have some knowledge about the printing process? Often people go blank about it. It is the technical part of printing your wedding card and it also includes the selection of paper, color, font, etc.

Before we proceed to that a few important things you need to understand. Designing the card and what content you want to print on it, are not the part of printing. You can get various vendors who can give you wedding cards online printed but you need to provide them the content. So, it is important to understand the available options with your vendor to print the wedding card.

To your help, we have come up with a few gorgeous and popular printing options that will make your wedding card eye-catching. You can get a number of professional wedding card dealers in Bangalore.

1. Foil stamping

As the name suggests, this method includes foil paper in the process of printing. With the help of a copper plate, the text gets embedded to the paper by pressing it. Foil stamping is quite similar to the process of letterpress but it allows you a wide range of options for selecting the font style and the motif choices. Well, you should know that this printing process is time-consuming and can take an average of 8-12 days of printing time. It is a bit expensive too than the other processes.

2. Engraving

Engraving process raises the text fonts on the printing paper. The process is actually performed from the back of the paper. Generally, copper or a few other alloys are used to imprint the text on the plate with the use of a negative. And, then the paper is sandwiched between the plate and weights by pressing. This technique generates engraved letters and designs on the sheet. It is a quick process that needs a week's time.

3. Thermography

Thermography printing has a similar look to the engraving method but their techniques are different. This technique requires fusing the ink with raisin powder using heat so that they can be bonded together. Colour options are restricted in this technique. It can take a maximum of 15 days to complete printing with quality.

4. Embossing

Embossing is quite similar to engraving but the effect reflects better on embossing. A metal sheet is used in this technique which is colorless. Generally, the borders of the wedding cards online are printed using embossing to get the desired texture. This printing technique also uses highlighted text, motifs, addresses, monograms, etc. To have a good finish, this method requires 3-4 weeks' time.

5. Screen Printing

This is an age-old manual form of technique and commonly used by every wedding card printer in Bangalore and in the printing industry. This process prints clipart which is in vector or line art format and the text output will be very sharp compared to any other form of printing. This process is a perfect choice for all types of wedding card. It takes around 2 weeks to complete the task of printing.

6. Offset printing

This is quite popular among the wedding card printers in Bangalore. The process is very simple. It uses a rubber stamp to transfer ink to the wedding card. Most exciting thing is, it offers a wide variety of color options as a digital printer is used. Offset printing is counted among the quickest printing methods.

If you are ordering wedding cards online and you do not have much knowledge about the printing techniques, do not hesitate to contact the vendor to discuss this. After all, you need to get assured before making the payments, right?

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