Our Custom Wedding Papers
BELOW: ANNA + JEREMY
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Nicety Studio creates modern stationery designs using traditional print methods.
Your wedding invitation is the first thing your guest will see, setting the tone and unveiling your special day. We offer many different styles, influenced by the collaborative process between our client/couple and us.
1. LET'S TALK
Get in touch so we can discuss what you're looking for and begin collaborating on ideas.
We will begin crafting the ideas we've spoken about into a well thought out design and provide you with mock ups.
When both parties are happy with the final product, we will send over pdf artwork for approval.
We love that we can see a piece of print through from ideation to production. We will begin the hands-on side of the process, ensuring everything looks just as it should.
We will make sure your printed materials are delivered to you safely and on time, anywhere in the world.
SAVE THE DATES
We love the simplicity of save the dates, which are often used if you need to plan your wedding in advance to help your guests start making arrangements.
Your wedding invitation is the first thing your guest will see, setting the tone and unveiling your special day.
We view these tiny pieces to be one of the most precious, helping you plan a smooth and joyous day. We love to complete these with foiled return envelopes!
ORDER OF CEREMONY
Providing your guests with an understanding and expectations of the day ahead.
Entice your guests with a beautifully printed menu.
PLACE CARDS + TABLE NUMBERS
Essential papers for your wedding day.
THANK YOU CARDS
We can offer thank you cards designed in the theme of your stationery, or speak to us about our existing styles.
In order to understand costs for hot foil blocking, we have created guides in four currencies. We deliver goods worldwide, so if you live outside these areas please do get in touch!
Hot foil blocking is a process that requires a hand-pressed machine, transferring foil to card using heat. Your design is machine etched into a magnesium block, creating a plate that can be used with the hot foil machine.