The Creation of a Letterpress Wedding Invitation: Photo Essay

We wish we could invite every future bride and groom to watch their wedding invitations be made at our factory in Dalton, Massachusetts. But that would be a lot of brides and grooms. On top of that, we’re guessing they’re pretty busy.

So, we thought we’d snap a few photos of the process. In this particular photo essay, we showcase how a letterpress wedding invitation is made. We hope you enjoy watching it as much as we enjoyed making it.

4 thoughts on “The Creation of a Letterpress Wedding Invitation: Photo Essay

  1. It may sound like a cliche that your wedding day, the one that cost you a fortune in time money and stress, should be the most memorable day of your life. Well in theory anyway it is a unique one-off event ideally only happening once in your lifetime. All dry wit aside it should be an extraordinary day. No matter if it is a small or a grandiose event the day should be quite remarkable

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