Modern technology has played a significant role in enhancing the final outlook of how a wedding invitation is printed in the present times. Back in the 80s, options such as xerox offset and screen printing were widely used processes and while screen printing still prevails, there are other techniques which have gained popularity over the last few years. Let us explore the ones that are used more often in the current times.
The most popular of them all and most widely accepted printing option which has the flexibility to be used in all forms of invitations, may it be on Indian wedding invitations or scroll wedding invitations. It mainly caters where only text printing is required of a particular color. Even with its limitations with playing more colors, it still is the most eye catching and cost effective form of printing.
A process introduced with the advent of modern technology has transformed how a wedding invitation appears in the end. The main advantage of this process is that it has no limitations on the amount of colors, backgrounds or logos that can be used, whether it is on a Hindu wedding card or a Muslim wedding invitation, it enriches them all. While the paper made scroll invitations can be easily applied with digital print, the tissue or velvet made scroll invitations would still not accept this technique and thus restrict to mainly paper wedding invitations.
Another process termed as hot stamping or foiling is gaining popularity over the last decade. This process makes the text appear shiny metallic and comes with a choice of colors such as gold, silver, copper, etc.. It comes most handy when important texts such as bride groom names need to be highlighted. Although slightly higher on the costing side, if used correctly it can make the wedding invitation look much classier. Stamping again has a similar limitation as the screen printing as to using multi colors at once although it can be used perfectly even on a tissue type scroll invitation.
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