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How do I print signage for my wedding or event?

How do I print signage for my wedding or event?

So, you've designed your own signage and you've got the files ready for printing...but now what? This article talks about the three most common types of signage printing used in weddings and events: Poster, foam board and corflute. Read on to find out what each one is and when to use them. There are several printing options available online or at print shops globally. The three main materials used for signage are:  (1) paper poster;  (2) foamboard or;  (3) corflute I will go through and explain the difference in pricing, finishing and usage in this post. Along with some printers...

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Printing your Invitation Templates on Specialty Paper

Printing

Printing your Invitation Templates on Specialty Paper

Learn about the difference between coated and uncoated paper and how to use grammage to describe the thickness of paper.

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The Real Value of Logo Design: Why a Logo is an Investment and Not an Expense

Branding

The Real Value of Logo Design: Why a Logo is an Investment and Not an Expense

The short answer is quite simply as much as you think your brand is worth and how much you can budget for branding. If you’re not familiar with the graphic design industry allow me to give you some insight.

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Retro Peach and Blue Wedding in Baskerville: Monique and Ken

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Retro Peach and Blue Wedding in Baskerville: Monique and Ken

Monique and Ken's garden wedding at Upper Reach Winery was inspired by the vintage retro style of the 1950s. The invitation used a baby blue and peach colour palette that paid homage to retro American advertising and design.

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What is CMYK colour mode in printing? The difference between RGB and CMYK colour spaces

Printing

What is CMYK colour mode in printing? The difference between RGB and CMYK colour spaces

  Have you ever wondered why some print shops ask for your document to be in CMYK? What does that even mean? If there’s one thing that you should remember when it comes to printing, it is that the colours on the printed item will never look exactly like it does on screen. Your monitor can never be trusted. This is because our computers use a different colour spectrum from printers. All computer and digital screens including scanners and digital cameras use RGB (red, green, blue) whereas printers and presses use CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow and black). Therefore almost any...

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