Simple variable data gives invitations a luxurious and personal touch

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Printed invitations are a must have luxury for engagements, weddings and special occasions. Beautiful textured paper, ribbons, bows and expensive envelopes. So why are we using the old ballpoint to address everything?

 

Variable data printing can create complex bills, statements and mail pieces. But in it’s most simplest form, it can bring a luxurious and personal touch to any invitation.

 

These engagement party invitations were printed by Quickmail on Advocate Laid 300gsm stock with our Xerox 770 Digital Colour Press. The graphic design was expertly finished by Kate Lippiatt and feature the guest’s name variable printed on the invitation and on the envelope. These simple touches were easily achieved with a data list and variable data software.

 
 

Engagment Invites

 
 

Do you have an event coming up? Quickmail offer a complete print and design service and we can even insert and mail all your invitations for you.

 

To find out more contact our graphic designer Roishin Byrne, roishin@quickmail.com.au.

 

 

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