Wedding Stationery in London

Why should you buy your papers with elmo?


First of all, thank you for considering it, we know how precious and important that decision is. We have been there ourselves!

ELMO stands out from other suppliers in the first place is the design, the quality of paper and printing and the finishing with the hand-operated printing machine. Everything developed, designed, and made by our German Founders. The printing history is settled in Germany and it only makes sense that the high quality print traditions are made by german paper experts.

The printing expertise of our printer and designer eye with the attention to detail results in a unique product for every customer who would like to have everything perfect for his special day.

 

You are looking for elegant, luxury and unique wedding invitations?


We would love to help you. You can either browse our Semi custom Stationery Sets Or we can make the ultra premium version of your wedding stationery for you from the scratch: Custom Wedding Stationery

Our Semi custom Sets come in small sets, or single cards that we will customise with your name, date and venue details. We will send you a digital proof to check on everything before we print your stationery.

We offer a wide variety of print finishing on our cards.


Print finishing means when your text and logo are not only printed in digital print but have a special finish to them likeHot foil printing, which is a unique process that creates solid, metallic colours and a slight deboss impression into the sheet. Golds and silvers are classic foil stamping colours but there are many other shades to choose from including rose gold, copper, pink, purple, blue, black and white, pearl and even clear (which looks great with a heavy deboss impression).

Coupled with a luxury heavy-weight card and gilt edging, this exlcusive print process will produce stylish results.

We can also print your own design.


Wedding Stationery London
Drop us an email info@elmopaperstories.com for more details.

Learn more about the finish processes here.