Eye-catching stationary can help sell anything by enticing customers to find out more about a brand or a promotion. The best stationary are graphically appealing, carefully scripted and expertly printed—and we have the team it takes to design and deliver just that. Let Rubber Neck Signs help you create your stationary that engage your audience and successfully sell your products and services. They're a cost-effective way to build your brand and tell your story.
Every event is unique and we believe your stationery & invitations should be just as original. They should celebrate that moment in time, surrounded by people you know and love, on an occasion that can only be represented once. Our designers take the time to get to know you and your style, the venue, the colors, the season, and most importantly how you want your guests to feel when they open the invitation. Whether you are having 30 or 300 guests at your event, every invitation is an opportunity to personally reach out to every guest and send them a preview of your special day.
With so many papers available, how do you decide what papers to specify for your business stationery? Here are a few basics to keep in mind. For more advice, talk to one of our customer service representatives. We're experts at choosing the perfect paper for every job.
Start with the basics. Letterhead is typically printed on an uncoated, 20 to 28 pound bond paper. For business cards, consider an uncoated, 80 pound cover stock. If your design includes photos or other fine touches, choose a coated stock instead, for better print quality and clarity.
Know your limitations. Check your office laser or inkjet printer's specifications before selecting a stock. You don't want your letterhead's weight to exceed the limitations of the office equipment you plan to use it on.
The color of paper you select will affect how inks appear when printed on it. Even different shades of white can affect print quality in different ways. Make sure you select a paper that will complement the ink colors needed for the design.
In the same way, it's generally a good idea to avoid darker colors or distracting background images. Otherwise, your correspondence may be difficult to read when printed on your letterhead.
Study the samples. All of the major paper companies provide sample books filled with examples of the various papers they have to offer. Many even show how different inks appear when printed on the page. Visit our print shop to take a look at these sample books and to get our advice for selecting a paper that's right for you.