Your wedding stationery should be a unique reflection of you and your day. Noble Fine Art are traditional printers and stationers who aim for perfectly designed and printed stationery. Couples can expect a neat blend of creative people and skills, including traditional printers, fine artists, designers and book binders, who all share a singular view of their work and clients. Offering a unique range of wedding stationery products, great value and exceptional customer service, from save the dates to reception stationery, the attention to detail is second-to-none, encouraging their clients to reach for their own perfectly presented and unique wedding stationery.
First impressions matter and the right wedding stationery can make sure you create the right one. Fortunately for brides, the creatives behind Noble Fine Art understand the power that paper holds. They understand your wedding invitations are not just invites, but a reflection of you as a couple, as well as a small gateway into your wedding day vision.
Through letterpress, photogravure and fine art and craft, the team at Noble Fine Art have the ability and skills to create stationery where your wedding concept is encapsulated into one stylish design. With traditional values, high quality products and exceptional customer service at the core of this family-run business, Noble Fine Art aim to provide couples with stationery that cannot be sourced anywhere else.
You design exquisite letterpress stationery, but can you explain the process and how this differs to the more mainstream options?
“Letterpress printing is ideal for social stationery, because the result is so unusual. It has a unique look and feel with each line or character being impressed into the card.
“It’s an artisan technique using vintage presses to print on the very best quality materials. It takes us more than six main steps to traditionally print stationery – no clicking “P” to print.”
Why is letterpress so popular right now?
“Mainly because it looks and feels great, but also because it’s such a creative printing method. It offers a wealth of alternatives that aren’t available using digital printing – and letterpress printing can be very good value too.”
What products do you offer?
“We offer a wide range of products and styles, all with bespoke options. Many of our designs combine letterpress and foil printing, which adds just enough sparkle to an invitation, place card, or seating plan.
“Our products range from notebooks and wedding planners to invitations and seating plans, and guest books – all designed and traditionally printed in our North Yorkshire studio.”
What new designs do you feel are big for 2019?
“We’ve seen a change in our designs recently to include more foil printing. Our range of bespoke line drawn art and illustrations that we create specifically for our printing techniques is always a feature in our thinking for new designs. We also see a strong resurgence of demand for styles with a timeless, classical look and feel.”
How important is good stationery at weddings?
“Our clients are in agreement that having a common thread running through their wedding means a great deal to them and their guests.
“We aim to do more than provide beautiful stationery, it has to be practical too. We always aim to get the message and messenger in harmony, as well as creating that all-important first impression of the event and conveying a sense of style of the couple.”
How long can the process of making the stationery take from inception to completion?
“Typically six weeks from starting the invitation design to finished stationery is about normal, but we do offer a two week service for those in a rush.”
Any brand new designs or products you’d like to shout about?
“Yes, we’re really excited about our new Tuscany pocket invitation, which brings big colour to our range. New for 2018 and it’s proving to be a favourite already! We’d also give a quick shout out for our Wedding Planner. Made entirely in our studio to a super high specification, letterpress and foil printed with personalising options as standard.”