As you select paper for your invitations, it's important to keep in mind the type of card stock you're choosing. Why is this important? Because some heavier, specialty card stocks are not compatible with home printing methods such as inkjet or laser printing. If you have selected a premium quality card stock that is ultra heavyweight or has a special printing surface, opt to have your invitations professionally printed using one or more of the techniques described below.
Need a great gift for a special bride and groom? A wedding scrapbook is a creative, personal and unique gift that showcases the happy couple's special memories forever! Whether you're a total beginner or a seasoned veteran, you can make beautiful scrapbook pages. And with all the products and resources available, it's easy.
Corrie Feld is a marketing specialist and graphic designer who is using her blog, Invite Couture, to “provide tips, techniques and ideas for brides starting their invitation creation process.” In her most recent article, My Favorite Online DIY Paper Vendors, …
Located in Bennington, New Hampshire, Monadnock Paper Mills is the oldest continuously operating paper mill in the U.S., a leading supplier of top quality specialty paper, and one of LCI Paper's most valued partners. Earlier in the week, we spoke to Geoff Verney, Vice President of Strategic Customer Relations & Corporate Communications who has been with Monadnock since 1974. We think you'll be impressed with Monadnock's commitment to their quality premium paper products and their innovation in protecting the Contoocook River and the surrounding environment. Enjoy the interview!
This is part 2 of our interview with Gmund's Worldwide Sales Director, Herbert Eibach. Gmund is a fine paper mill located in Germany, near Austria and the Bavarian Alps.
Sabine Lenz is the Founder and CEO of PaperSpecs, a California-based company that maintains for its members, a comprehensive online database of thousands of specialty papers that are currently available from 70 paper mills. Sabine wrote the "Top 5 Paper Myths Exposed," which is available as a free e-book download at paperspecs.com. Earlier this week, we spoke to Sabine about her company.
I think that many of our customers are used to walking into stationery stores and art supply stores to see different colored papers in person. They might be trying to match specific colors for their theme. They might even bring examples of those colors with them to hold up as comparisons.