Send invites in style with top quality, completely customizable invitations from Paper Chase Press. We've made all of our paper goods by hand in our shop in the heart of Los Angeles since 1976, ensuring every invite you order will have as much attention to detail as the rest of your event.
Make an Impression With Custom Stamping
Add custom stamped text or a logo to your invitation. Choose a blind deboss or silver, gold, black, or clear gloss foil colors. Stamp up to 2 x 9 inches in size, center placement only.
Double Thick Paper
Get fancy with double thick paper, give your custom cards a little extra.
Its in the Details
Our details cards are perfect for reception information, place cards or personal notes.
Its All In The Details
For a flawless table add menus and escort cards to your place settings. Our printed goods feature premium grade papers that elevate the look of any tablescape.
Add a little something special to your invitation with colored edges. Choose from black, gold, red, blue, green, yellow or magenta for a pop in your paper goods presentation.
Pick Your Paper
Paper Chase Press supports the protection of the environment and the American forestry industry by using only American-made FSC Certified paper stocks. Choose from our three sustainable options.
Silk Coated: A luxe coated finish on our heavy 130# paper, extra smooth for a modern presentation.
Bright White Uncoated: A sturdy 130# paper with a natural texture and a bright white color, the perfect organic surface.
Eggshell Uncoated: A more textured 120# paper in a traditional eggshell color.
hire a designer
If your project needs a little extra love, we've got you covered. Paper Chase Press offers its clients access to creative services group Intelligence LA, a community of vetted creatives including graphic designers passionate about bringing projects to life. Opt to hire a designer today and we'll connect with print industry pros ready to help you with create your invitations.
Design Your Invitations
Create your own custom invitations directly in our Design Online tool. Simple drag and drop, image upload and character editing means anyone can create sophisticated invites. No need to download any software. Check out our helpful tutorials.
Handmade in Los Angeles
All invitations are printed locally in our shop in the heart of Los Angeles, where we've been since 1976. Our legacy is producing paper goods you're proud to share.
5 business days
With double thick paper and/or colored edges, add 5 business days
With custom stamping, add 10 business days
Please allow up to 72 hours for initial processing of orders. Production time starts upon your final proof approval. All timelines and due dates are estimated and based on our current production schedule. Timelines do not include shipping.
Price includes a one-time fee of $150 for the custom die fabrication, under 2x9 inches, and only for one side. This fee is waived for reorders. Stamping is only available on uncoated paper stocks.
For color critical orders, we recommend that you opt for a printed proof, this is the best way to ensure expected color results. Please note print proofs only include printed portions of your job, they do not include additional finishes like Custom Stamping. All print proofs must be returned to us after review before production of the final product can begin.
We print in CMYK. All submitted final PDF files should contain images and spot colors converted to CMYK or GRAYSCALE. After color conversions, check your pages for any color shifts and correct as needed before submitting your final PDF file.
If selecting the Silk Coated stock for your cover, we strongly suggest adding the Matte Laminated finish. This lamination will help protect from scratching and scuffing.
When printing on an uncoated stock, a solid color background on both sides is not recommended. This type of design will not allow for a clean trim. If your design requires full bleed color backgrounds on both sides, select the Silk Coated stock with the Matte Lamination option for a beautiful final product.
There is up to a 1/8 inch shift that can occur during trimming and / or stamping. We do not recommend designs with borders closer than 1/4 inch from the edge.