Detail is everything when you want to create a good impression, so use our special service to round the corners of your invitations and showcase your design with our most luxurious card. Everyone’s going to want to come to your party.
Tickets: Make tickets for your event as sought-after as the golden ones in Willy Wonka! We spend time on your design to ensure it conveys just the impression you want, creating tickets of such quality and high-end appeal that your customers will be fighting over them.
Postcards: “We saw this and thought of you.” Tell your customers you are thinking of them with a quality postcard designed by you. A straightforward, inexpensive way to announce promotions and new products, our double-sided postcards on heavy 300gsm card are perfect for any announcement. Even better, you get to say what you want, reinforcing your brand and sending a message to your customers that really will make them wish you were here.
Our templates include bleed, crops, safe areas and all the other weird things and jargon that printing
companies like us look for when we are asking your for artwork, enjoy! Happy designing.
Just follow these simple rules before you send us your artwork, and before you ask or send us your Word® files, we’d like to say ‘No that isn’t artwork’.
If you want to send us images, logos or your artwork. Use www.wetransfer.com to send us anything you want to. Sinead will love you if you attach your order number with your files.
When your customers get one of these invitations to your event they’ll be impressed. Our super-sturdy, luxury, extra-smooth invitations will leave no doubt in your customer’s mind that they are in for a fantastic time with you. We Can even personalise each invite with your clients details, now that’s smooth!
A postcard can do more talking than your Auntie Mary on two glasses of bubbly. But even better, a postcard says what you want it to say! Postcards are a practical, inexpensive way to send an announcement to your customers. Let your customers know what you’re up to in a practical and inexpensive way. Go for maximum colour impact on the front and don’t forget the important information for the back.