Letterpress techniques have been popular with wedding invitations and save the dates for years, and now your ketubah can have the same unique look. Whether it’s with multiple colors or white on white, the depth & detail will stand out to you and your guests.
Letterpress was originally created around 1440 in an attempt to print flat but they ended up creating a whole new dimension in printing; letterpress and embossing. This technique was in fashion until the 80’s until it was brought back in style in the last ten years, most often in wedding invitations.
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Depending on the design, individual plates are made for each design and color. Pressure is then applied to the plates into the ketubah paper giving depth to the intricate details of the artwork.