Mountain theme wedding invitations
Do you adore these invitations as much as I do?
What a fun first impression to give your guests. And that RSVP card kills me every time! This design is perfect for a semi-casual, not too formal wedding celebration.
medium grey ink
100% cotton ivory paper, 110#
ivory wax seal
pricing & ordering
Please check out Our Process to information regarding ordering your invitations.
Prices vary greatly depending on printing method, the paper thickness, what pieces you need, the quantity and and how many colours you want. So many pieces of the puzzle and I can give you a detailed quote once I know a little more information.
If you're still researching and not ready to get quotes, you can download my price guide
10 business days for printing
+3 days for first proof
+1 day for each revision
Everything is customizable — ink colour, paper, envelope colour, envelope liner, and of course your wording. Additional custom design charges may apply if you'd like any custom design elements, such as a personalized monogram or extended font options and map design. The design fee is $80/hour. An estimated time will be given in the quote.
Generally speaking I will use 100% cotton paper for letterpress and foil invitations. The paper is super soft and luxurious, comes in 3 different "whites" and two thicknesses. It handles a deep impression very well, which is why I love using this paper. I also have a line of smooth card stocks that I use for digitally printed invitations, however they are also available for letterpress and foil orders.
Crane's exclusive 100% cotton paper for letterpress and foil:
Thick luxury card smooth stock for digital printed invitations
Envelope colour options
Ink colour options
For letterpress invitations, I mix the ink by hand every time, so you can virtually have any colour you choose and I will try to match it as closely as possible. If you need a specific pantone colour, I can provide that but will need to charge you for the entire can of ink. That being said, here is the standard line of colours that I offer for both letterpress and digital printing:
Foil colour options
Hot foil is done using heat and pressure. It's a bit of different process than letterpress and wildly different from digital printing. The result is a very shiny surface with some impression in the paper.