We live to help you create the invitation or card of your dreams. Maybe you’ll browse our site and find the perfect card. Great! We’ll make it all yours. Or just maybe you want something you don’t quite see. We can do that too. Here’s how we roll.

Order Online

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CHOOSE A DESIGN & QUANTITY

Select your favorite card or invitation from one of our our galleries (wedding, mitzvah, baby, holiday, stationery) and tell us how many you want.

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CHOOSE A PAPER

We have several lush papers to choose from in a wide range of colors and at different price ranges.

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SELECT ENVELOPE OPTIONS

Don’t stop with a blank envelope! We can print a return address on it or print your guest addresses on the front—or both!

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Details, Please!

Names, addresses, event dates, venues. Tell us everything we need to know to personalize your card. And don't forget to upload those gorgeous pictures for our photo cards. Now this design is all yours.

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CHECK OUT AND APPROVE PROOF

Add your design to your cart, checkout, and we will make the magic happen! One of our designers will send a proof for your approval within 24 to 48 hours of receipt of your order. Done, done, and done!

Work With a Designer

So you want to add more options to the design you selected (think edge painting, rounded corners, belly bands, watercolor, tissues). We can make whatever your heart desires a reality. Or maybe you want us to design something totally bespoke just for you. Schedule an appointment and let’s get started!

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Order a Sample Kit

Want to see our work before you buy? We get it. Order a sample kit and we'll send you examples of our lovely cards of those yummy papers we mentioned. $15.

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We Heart Letterpress

Letterpress is special. It’s where letters and images are inked and pressed into paper, leaving the ability to feel each letter on a page. The result is a high quality, handcrafted product that wants your hands all over it. Techniques like watercolor, foil stamping and edge painting are often applied for added effect. Letterpresses are no longer manufactured. Biba operates four presses that date between 1912 and 1964. Yes, we have a press built the year the Titanic sunk and one that is just now getting it’s AARP card.