Foil printing is very popular and is the way to go if you want to add a touch of glamour to your invitations, note cards, business cards, or other printed materials.
So what are the options for foil printing? There are some different types of foil printing and colors to choose from.
Foil stamping is a process that uses a sheet of metallic foil that is applied to the surface of the paper using a hot stamping machine. The design is etched into a metal die which is heated and presses the foil into the surface of the paper, bonding the foil to the paper.
Foils for the stamping process come in a range of colors with the standards being gold, silver and copper. You can also special order other metals such as rose gold or red.
Because of the process of the custom made die, stamped foil is a more expensive option than digital foil.
Digital foil uses digital printing, eliminating the need for creating a metal die. The design is printed digitally using a polymer clear coat and the foil is applied. The result is a shiny look similar to the stamped foil, but with a slightly raised texture and a soft touch coating on the paper. Currently, we only offer gold and silver with digital foil.
Colored papers can be used with both types of foil application. To achieve a clean and accurate print, we recommend printing on a smooth surface paper as opposed to a textured paper stock for both foil processes.
Wedding invitations by NooneyArt Designs, all illustrations by Wendy Nooney.
This elegant invitation was created for Alexa & Chris's Sleepy Hollow Country Club wedding. The illustrated gate fold invitation was printed on 100% cotton ecru colored paper with stamped gold foil text. The gate fold is closed with a hand stamped gold wax seal.
Illustration, design and wax seals: Wendy Nooney, NooneyArt Designs
Printing: Snyder Printer and Ready Mix Design
We worked with our bride and groom to design this fun and elegant gate fold wedding invitation for their wedding at Pinehills Golf Club in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The outside of the invitation shows an illustration of a wooden gate draped with florals that would be the backdrop for their wedding ceremony. Inside has an illustration of the venue and the fog colored envelope is lined with matching florals. The gate fold is finished off with a hand made gold wax seal closure. The invitation is printed on a matte coated paper stock for a soft look.
Invitation design and Illustrations by Wendy Nooney, NooneyArt Designs.
We've designed save the dates, invitations, programs and menu cards for a wedding at The Maples Estate in Schoharie, New York. Schoharie is located about 40 miles west of Albany and is a wonderfully picturesque area. The property, which runs along the Schoharie Creek, has on site a house with room for up to 20 guests, a barn, in ground pool and a veranda with sweeping views of the grounds. The 1855 Colonial era house has recently been renovated and will open for weddings and events in June of 2020. This venue has loads of country charm!
Wedding Stationery by NooneyArt Designs. All illustration by Wendy Nooney.
These playing card save the dates and invitations were customized and printed for Jessica and Richard's Las Vegas wedding. The design was printed on Mohawk vellum finish cover stock, cut with rounded corners to mimic real playing cards.
Design and illustration by Wendy Nooney, NooneyArt Designs.
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