Nothing compares to beautiful cotton paper! Greet your guests to your wedding reception with these beautifully hand made & personalised place cards.
This Indie Handmade paper maintains its natural deckle edge, this look adds to the uniqueness of each individual hand-made sheet.
Handmade Paper | 100% Recycled Cotton Rag | Chemical Free
Custom Colour (your choice) Choose this option if you would like another digital ink colour other than Black. Letterpress is available and looks amazing on this card stock, please enquire if you would like a price for this.
This product requires a minimum order of 20 - please set your quantity to at-least 20.
Price Includes: Professional digitally printed wedding invitations with matching envelopes are included.
The Process - once you place your order:
1. You will be sent a form to enter your wedding details, which we will then use to customise your chosen design.
2. Your design proof will be sent to you for approval.
3. Once approved, your design is ordered and delivered to your door.
Extra Add on options:
Matching Table Numbers
About the paper
Paper made with wood pulp disintegrates when wet, however cotton rag paper does not. Cotton paper is also superior in strength and durability to wood pulp paper and some cotton fibre has been known to last hundreds of years without much fading, discolouration or deterioration.
COTTON RAG FROM TEXTILE MILLS
The paper factory is purposefully located right in the heart of the textile production area in north-western India and employs paper makers from villages nearby to hand-make the paper. The cotton rag for the pulp is sourced from textile scraps which are collected from the nearby textile mills.
TURNING RAGS INTO PULP
The rags and fibre are added to a giant vat where sizing and water are added. It is chopped, beaten and mixed. Then it is lifted out of the vat with the help of a silk screen which is made in a frame the size of each individual sheet. Each paper size has its own deckle which has been custom-made in sizes to match our large range of metric envelopes. The thickness of the paper is determined by the quantity of the pulp that remains on the screen and the screen is made according to the gsm. That said, some sheets might be heavier or slightly thicker than others.