Wedding stationery ideas for your Norfolk wedding
03 Dec 2019
Dynamic Impressions Norwich shares the wedding stationery designs currently proving popular, including eco-friendly options in line with the company’s sustainable approach
When it comes to your wedding stationery, you will want a design that reflects your theme and style of wedding. You’ll also want your design to be consistent, so a stationery suite is usually the preferred choice of couples who want wedding invitations, RSVPs, save the dates, menus, orders of the day, place settings, table names/numbers and more.
Dynamic Impressions was first started back in 1990 by the previous owners Barney and Katrina Phillips, before Sarah Smith and Mark Critten took the reins. Sarah, who has more than 30 years’ printing experience, is passionate about the environment and decided to continue the company’s eco-conscious outlook and develop the niche market that the business had already carved for itself.
Dynamic Impressions was one of the first printing companies in the UK to sign up to a programme called Carbon Capture Scheme by Premier Paper. This scheme is run in conjunction with the Woodland Trust and has just celebrated raising more than £1million to offset carbon emissions by planting new woodland.
Specialising in wedding stationery and print finishes, Dynamic Impressions also offers full eco paper packaging. Take a look at some of the stationery designs on offer, all tailored to ensure you achieve the desired look for your wedding.
Seeded paper invitations - paper that grows!
Made from cotton, recycled paper and wild flower seeds, these eco-friendly invitations are ideal for couples who are conscious about their environmental impact. From ‘Sowing the Seed’ favours and save the dates to using the same material for confetti, this design is best paired with little text to save on ink. 100% recycled invitations that literally grows into wildflowers.
Hot foil printing is used to enhance the digital print for an elegant effect. The hand hot foiling technique dates back to the 1950s. Dynamic Impressions has four different machines for this method and uses a combination of foil, heat and pressure to adhere the foil onto the card.
Embossing and debossing
Many people get confused by the difference between foil printing and embossing. Hot foil pushes down into the sheet while blind or foil embossing pushes up in to the sheet whereas blind debossing pushes down into the sheet. Embossing is a single sided process as the fibres are pushed up in to the embossing dye from the back, so that it will always show through. This is why double sided embossing isn’t possible.
For further information, visit Dynamic Impressions’ website at dynamicprint.co.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting 'Bride Magazine 10% discount'. Dynamic Impressions' opening hours are Monday to Friday 7.30am to 6pm, although they offer free consultations on Saturday and Sunday to help guide you through your options.