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letterpress wedding invitation


Whether is our design or yours, we can bring it to reality!

We offer a variety of printing methods including Foil, Letterpress, Digital and Thermography.

Contact us and we will gladly walk you through the design and production process

from beginning to end! And if you happen to be in the Los Angeles area, we would love to meet you!

digital printing


If you like vivid colors and flawless consistency, than Digital printing is for you! Also known as "flat printing" this printing is a budget-friendly option for the cost conscious client.

Digital printing offers a wide spectrum of color and design possibilities and can be printed on a variety of paper options.

Contact us to learn more about all our Digital printing capabilities.

gold thermography printing


This type of printing is very popular choice among brides who are looking for a formal and classic solution for their wedding invitations. In thermography printing, ink is combined with a resin-like powder and then heated, as it adheres to the paper. The end result is a raised ink design, where you are able to feel the texture on the surface of the page.
Each ink color needs to be applied separately, so sticking to 1-2 colors is recommended, both from a design and a cost standpoint. This process requires less manual labor which makes it more affordable than letterpress— although you can expect to pay more than you would for digital printing.

letterpress printing


Letterpress printing is the heart and soul of Blooming Paper's business! All of our Letterpress products are hand-printed in house on our early 1900's lettrapress machine. Due to the hand-crafted nature of letterpress, each individual print will vary from the next, adding to the charm and personality of each printed piece. Truly making every creation a one-of-a-kind.

Please review our file submission requirements and contact us with any questions.

foil and letterpress printing


Foil stamping is somewhat similar to letterpress in that the color is applied to paper with pressure. Once the design is finalized, metal dies are created in the appropriate shape for each individual color foil to be applied for a particular design. The dies are heated and then stamped with enough pressure to seal a thin layer of foil to the paper, and each color is applied individually through multiple runs of the press to create the final design.
Metallic foil is most commonly seen today – particularly gold foil, silver foil and rose gold foil.

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