• Jasmine Star Photography

From our passion for creating custom designs that reflect the character of a couple and capture the aesthetic of their wedding day, comes the Sugarcomb Collection. Each of our wedding suites has a distinct style with pieces designed to feel creative and unique. Instead of putting your names and date into a template, we’ll work with you to tailor every element – colors, typefaces, layouts, and even illustrations – so that your wedding stationery is thoughtful, original, and most importantly, you.

For our Custom Design Paper Goods packages we start from scratch, creating facets that tell your story and reflect your style. We’ll walk you through the process and be there to answer all of your questions. To get started, contact us below to schedule your complementary consultation.

The following services are included in our Custom Design Paper Goods packages:

  • Consultation
  • Inspiration and Style Board
  • Color Palette
  • Design Presentation and Refinement
  • Paper and Materials Recommendations
  • Price Quotes

Sugarcomb Collections and Custom Design Paper Goods can include the following elements:

  • Wedding Invitation
  • Bridal Shower Invitation
  • Rehearsal Dinner Invitation
  • Save The Dates
  • RSVP Card
  • Maps or Directions
  • Menus
  • Programs
  • Table Numbers
  • Favor Tags
  • Escort Cards
  • Envelopes
  • Envelope Liners
  • Labels and Stickers
  • Paper Flags and Banners
  • Rubber Stamps
  • Signage
  • Thank You Cards

Design elements can include the following:

  • Offset Printing
  • Letterpress
  • Additional Ink Colors
  • Metallic Foil
  • Embossing
  • Edge Painting
  • Diecut
  • Calligraphy
  • Illustration

Offset (Flat) Printing

Offset printing, often called flat printing, involves a process in which the inked design is transferred from a thin metal plate to a rubber blanket that then transfers the final print to the surface of the paper. The ink lays clean and flat on top of the paper.

Letterpress Printing

Letterpress is the oldest and most versatile method of printing. Contemporary letterpress printing is a relief printing process. The design is made into a cast metal plate, where the raised area is the surface that is inked, and the rest of the areas are cut away to create negative space. The inked plate is then pressed into the paper surface, crisply transferring the design and leaving an impression in the paper.

Ink Colors

We are happy to customize any of our designs with up to two colors. Additional colors or foil may be added for an additional fee.

Letterpress Paper

All of our collections look best when letterpressed on Crane’s Lettra paper. This paper comes in three shades of white: bright white, pearl, or ecru. Our standard weight is 110lb cover and we can upgrade your order to print on 220lb cover for an additional fee. Paper samples are available upon request.

Offset Paper

Our collections look equally stunning when printed on Mohawk Superfine Eggshell paper. This paper comes in three shades of white: ultrawhite, white, and softwhite. Our standard weight is 100lb cover. Paper samples are available upon request.

Getting Started

We’d love to get a quote started for you! Use our inquiry form to tell us more about what you’re interested in and we’ll send you a personalized price quote with information about our customization process and printing options.

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Sugarcomb works with a wonderful group of local wedding professionals. If you’d like your business to be considered for future involvement in our weddings and projects, please submit an introduction with detailed service/product and pricing information.


You are welcome to contact us with any inquiries.


Sorry, there are no opportunities available at this time. 

If you would like to be considered for future openings at Sugarcomb, you are welcome to submit an introduction along with your résumé and portfolio samples.