METALLIC FOIL PRINTING
Our metallic foil invitations will dazzle your guests and set the scene for a sumptuous event! Perfect for weddings, prestigious events and parties.
Impress your clients, captivate your guests or wow with your wedding stationery – nothing else in print looks quite so breathtakingly beautiful as our high-end, high-shine metallic foil printed products.
Bring out key elements of your design using gold, rose gold or silver foils – creating a unique and impactful invitation that’s guaranteed to make a strong impression.
Invitations can be printed full colour to one side or both sides. Single sided invitations are printed, foiled and laminated to one side and double sided invitations are printed and laminated to both sides, with foil to one side. We use a process known as Digital Foiling which means we are unable to foil uncoated paper stocks, to find out why click here.
Sample prices below, printed on 300gsm Silk in full colour with Matt Lamination and your choice of foil colour to one side.
A6 Invitations (148mm x 105mm) Postcard Size
DL Invitations (99m x 210mm) 1/3 A4
A5 Invitations (210mm x 148mm)
Not every Invitation needs an envelope but if yours does be sure to let us know!
Prices are based on print ready artwork being supplied.
Artwork interventions or extra proofs are chargeable.
Prices subject to VAT and carrier costs.
Please allow 5 -7 working days for delivery from artwork approval, if you need them quicker, just let us know.
Here at Motion Printing we use a new process called Digital Foiling rather than the more traditional Hot Foil or Foil Blocking method.
Digital Foiling has revolutionised Foiling making it cheaper and quicker.
Traditional Foiling uses a heated plate and the foil is hot pressed onto your card or paper. This is the method used to foil uncoated stocks (and virtually anything else!) and leaves a texture such as embossing or de-bossing.
Our Digital Foiling machine doesn’t require the use of plates, leaves the foil smooth and flat and is ideal for smaller printing runs. The Foil is applied after the printing and lamination process as it adheres with heat as another layer to the lamination.