I was a panicked bride when I received my invitations (from the printer) and they were not on the heavy cardstock I had expected. There was no time to reprint, so I did an online search for cardstock that would work as a framed layered look behind the invitations. My colors are peacock and lime green. I found a silk textured cardstock at LCI and after wonderful advice from their customer service, I was confident that the color would match peacock green and would be the weight I wanted. The cardstock arrived the next day and now my invitations look gorgeous. I highly recommend LCI. Their products are high quality and the color saturation is impressive. Very vibrant. I plan to use them in the future for art projects.
LCI is my preferred paper supplier for wedding invitations. The paper is always an excellent quality, and the speed of shipping is unparalleled.
What color would you consider Glamour Green to be?
I'm looking for a dark teal color paper and am having an impossible time finding it. I'm looking at the screen and it looks Aqua to me, is it darker than that? I've been searching so long that I no longer have time to get samples. My Daughter is getting married and has picked a hard color to find. In her bridesmaids dresses it's called "holly" it's like a dark blue green, she's not picky so it doesn't really matter to her. I just need something similar in shade. Also do you have matching envelopes to go along with this?
- by Lucinda
We would consider the Glamour Green a Dark Teal color. The paper is iridescent, so in some lights it is darker than others. The screen is a tough way to judge paper color, as all monitors will project the paper differently. We do offer So Silk Envelopes in bulk.
- by LCI Paper