We can blind, silver or gold deboss (also known as blocking or imprinting) albums using York 28pt font, which is available in upper and lower case, with the upper case letters being approximately 8mm high. We will be introducing a number of beautiful fonts to this option very shortly.
For example you can have your clients names and the date of their wedding, or your studio name for any sample albums, you may also choose between using '&' or '+' as an alternative to 'and' when required.
You may have up to 2 lines of text and there is a maximum character limit of 20 per line including spaces.
Your required text and font choice, as well as text position, should be added in the relevant box at checkout.
By default we deboss our albums on the front cover at 'Optical Centre', which is slightly higher than the physical centre, and centred horizontally using the cover edges, not from the spine edge.
Please note that blind debossing is not available with our range of Linen covers and is most suited to our range of Premium Leathers.
Foil debossing works best with our Premium Leathers, Pearl and Champagne metallic colours as well as our range of Buckram colours.
Please note that laser engraving is temporarily disabled but will return shortly.
Using our UV printer we can print your text or logo on to virtually any object or material.
Using advanced CMYK Eco-UV inks the finish is vibrant and detailed with an exceptional colour gamut.
Your required text and font choice, as well as approximate size, text and/or logo position, should be added in the relevant box at checkout.
If you would like your logo printed then please send as a 300ppi PNG or PDF at the size you require it to be printed.
By default we UV print our albums on the front cover at 'Optical Centre', which is slightly higher than the physical centre, and centred horizontally using the cover edges, not from the spine edge.
Please note that silver, gold or any other metallic type finish is not possible with UV printing.
Our Acrylic Cameo is available with our full range of cover materials.
Your choice of image is placed behind a laser cut piece of clear acrylic in a custom cut aperture on the front of the album.