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Cover of traditional folded card with a paper insert, photo by RJ Kern

Description:

Cards with paper inserts invitations are perhaps the most traditional types of invitations. They are made from a folded piece of card with a design printed on the front. Inside the invitation the invitation text is printed onto a high quality paper which is glued to the inside of the invitation. We can print in a variety of sizes, shapes and orientations. These are typically square or rectangle. Small square ones are 12cm. Rectangular cards are 14.8 by 10.5cm which is A6. While the medium sized ones are 15cm square or 17.5 by 12.5. It is possible to use a larger A5 sized like the day stationery booklets.

There is also an option to put extended information for your guests on the facing side.

Prices - Fine Art & Handmade:

Band A = £3.30     Band B = £3.35     Band C = £3.40     Band D = £3.45     Band E = £3.55     Band F = £3.75

Inside of traditional folded card with a paper insert, calligraphy by Claire Gould, photo by RJ Kern
 
Card invitation in pink
 
Naples butterfly design, small card invitation in gold
 
Medium sized card invitation
 
Card Invitation
 
Invitation card
 
Classic card, these can be provided with or without paper inserts if you would like to do your own.
 
Card invitation
 
Small wedding invitation card
 
Inside of card invitation
 
Stripes medium sized card invitation
 
Inside of card invitation with added bunting and calligraphy by the Wedding Calligrapher
 
Thank you card, any invite type can be used as a thank you card
 
Place card/names and menus in silver, photo by Flower alchemist
 
Medium sized light blue card with crystals and art deco fonts.
 

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Further Reading:

Naples butterfly collection in gold - to view on the blog click here

Trieste card invitations in pink - to view on the blog click here

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Ordering Invitations & Stationery

If you want to order you can either find a collection you like or order something couture (designed for you). There many collections which you can see here. Our collections are bespoke meaning each design is perfectly tailored to your wedding. Each different type of stationery is able to be ordered from each collection even if a photo is not shown of the item you want to order.

Once you’ve found a collection email nathan at artemisstationery.co.uk to place your order and you will be guided through the information needed for ordering. Alternatively if you’re after something couture you can also email and give as much information as possible about the design you would like so we can provide a quote for the design work.

You can find further information on ordering in the link below, alternatively email contact at artemisstationery.co.uk or phone 07929 197963.

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Samples

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Sample type:

Order a sample pack and we will contact you by email to find out which items and collections you're interested in. Or you can email straight away to email nathan at artemisstationery.co.uk

Buying samples uses paypal, you don't need to register with paypal to use it. If you do not want to go through paypal contact Artemis Stationery directly at contact at artemisstationery.co.uk.

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Printed to a fine art reproduction standard

Style & Fonts

Use fonts to style your invitations

A big choice of fonts
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As soon go kindle fire with snow, as seek to quench the fire of love with words.

William Shakespeare