In this modern and technological world, many individuals seem to have forgotten the art and beauty of letterpress birth announcements. Many are turning to more modern forms of printing, like digital printing, or even foregoing sending out paper announcements altogether; they are using email and social networking websites instead. While digital printing can create a unique announcement, if you want a priceless keepsake you can actually hold onto, you may want to consider the traditional appeal of letterpress.
History of Letterpress
The invention of letterpress printing began in the 15th century, when a man named Johannes Gutenberg developed the first printing press. This printing press used the same kind of technology as a grape press, which was used to create wine. Before this, wood block printing was used, so the invention of this new printing method was important because it was quicker . . . → Read More: The Appeal Of Letterpress Birth Announcements