Thomas-Printers

Custom Letterpress Printing for Lovely Invitations

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A full-service, commercial letterpress and design shop, Thomas-Printers loves the process as much as the finished product, whether it be wedding invitations, stationery systems, custom cards, or anything else that needs the touch of letterpress.

Whether you have a design or need one, Thomas-Printers is delighted to work with couples, designers, planners, individuals, or fellow printers on projects that demand a quick turnaround and a close attention to detail. We make ordering letterpress printing as easy as can be: we meet tight deadlines, match Pantone colors or fabric swatches, and offer a variety of finishing options, including edge-painting, die-cutting, and corner-rounding.

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Meet a Wedding Stationer in Philadelphia, PA: Thomas-Printers Invitations
Meet a Wedding Stationer in Philadelphia, PA: Thomas-Printers Invitations

After graduating from college, I had a fellowship to study and work in Germany for a year. A friend and I happened to go to Mainz one weekend—that's where the Gutenberg Museum has a working letterpress-print shop. A few weeks later...
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This Week’s Featured Vendor: Thomas-Printers Invitations
This Week’s Featured Vendor: Thomas-Printers Invitations

I love Thomas-Printers Invitations — not only does the company do gorgeous wedding invitation printing, Kseniya (the founder), also wrote a really fantastic article for this blog (Tips on Working with a Letterpress Printer) and she is the co-founder of Ladies of Letterpress, who had an awesome booth at the National Stationery Show.
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Tips on Working with a Letterpress Printer
Tips on Working with a Letterpress Printer

Letterpress printing is such a beautiful way to finish off your wedding invitations, but working with a printer the first time can be confusing! Kseniya from Thomas-Printers Invitations has some great advice about working with letterpress printers.
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