Question: I want to order the black linen cardstock paper to create pocketfold envelopes for my son's wedding invitations but I'm not sure if I need to order the 100lb or 130lb. Can you help?
Answer: If you are making pocket envelopes, then the 100lb would be plenty thick and I wouldn't recommend the 130lb.
Question: I would like to know if the tone of the Linen Natural White paper 80lb stock is a yellow tone or more a cream/beige tone. Is it more subtle in color than the ivory?
Answer: The Natural linen is a soft cream and not a yellowish Ivory.
Question: I'm an invitation designer and plan to print a wedding suite on your Natural White Linen cardstock and am wondering if you can share the paper manufacturer of this? Is it Neenah Classic Natural White Linen? The invitation card will be letterpress printed and I want to ensure the shop I use orders the thicker 130# stock in the exact color match for that card since I'll be ordering the 100# from your site for the digitally printed pieces.
Answer: This is an LCI house brand, so unfortunately it will not match exactly to Neenah Classic Linen Natural. Also I'm sorry to say the LCI linen paper is not offered in a heavier weight than 100lb / 270gsm cover.
Question: Do you recommend linen for our restaurant for menu printing?
Answer: Our house white and natural linen are very popular for menu paper. They are easy to print and economical.