First off, let's cut out any confusion: This article refers to modern, plant-based vellum, a paper that goes by many names. Besides vellum, it may be referred to as tracing paper, see-through paper, transparent paper and translucent paper.
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Vellum Jacket Invitation
These vellum jacket will perfectly match the coordinating colors envelopes and colors cardstock papers as well the rest of the lines available in the website. We recommend ordering samples to show it to your brides.
Vellum Overlay Invitation
One of the most common ways to incorporate vellum into your wedding invitations is by using it as an overlay. Invitation wording printed on the card shows faintly through the lightweight sheet. It's a great way to add a splash of color and a sense of intrigue to an otherwise simple design.
Flat Vellum Invitation
A very simple way to incorporate vellum into your invitations is to print right on it, leaving you with chic, modern, translucent invitation cards. Our heavyweight, thick vellum is approximately the equivalent of a 66lb card stock.
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Can I get custom size vellum paper?
We offer lots of convenient, pre-cut vellum paper sizes, large and small. However, if you need a size that is not offered, get in touch with us. We offer custom cutting on all of our papers and would be happy to help you out.
Is vellum paper the same thing as "see-through" paper?
Translucent vellum paper is indeed "see-through". It has the appearance of frosted glass and is very often used in wedding programs and invitations. For those who do not know its proper name, it is often referred to as "see-through paper", "see-thru paper", and "semi-transparent paper", so it is very likely that vellum paper is what your friend was referring to.