“We were pretty much sold on Wolf and Ink having seen their 'look and feel' on their website which we really liked. The experience from first contact to final delivery was super professional ,efficient and very friendly. The hardest part was trying to decide which of the fantastic designs to choose from. Julia really 'got us' from the start which from email communication alone is quite remarkable and demonstrated great talent. We finally chose one design which we really didn't want or need to 'tweak' that much it was so good. The quality was amazing. We were chuffed to bits with the 'save the date' , wedding invitations and 'the plan' for our wedding day. Our guests loved them too, some asked for extras to have as keepsakes. Could not recommend more.” David Naylor
“We selected Wolf & Ink for our wedding invitations without any prior connection, based on the beautiful designs they showed on their website. Julia was incredibly helpful and responsive during the design process (including bespoke colour mixing), and delivery was faster than they originally estimated. The invitations, RSVP cards and envelopes were just as lovely as we had hoped, and elicited many compliments and kind words. The tactility of letterpress is always such a joy, and these were wonderful prints on wonderful card. We would wholeheartedly recommend Wolf & Ink to anyone looking for a very special touch for their very special day.” Guy Harling
“Julia of Wolf & Ink made both my wedding invitations as well as our thank-you cards. The quality of her work is unlike anything you can find nowadays. Wolf & Ink provides classic, high quality cards with beautifully indented letters. We have received so many complements on the quality and design. Highly recommend for if you are looking for a hand-crafted, artisan, quality product.” Averill Brewer
- We are very happy to include all sorts of motifs in our designs (including your pets), previously we have included dogs, cats, rabbits, squirrels, and even dinosaurs!
- The origin of the phrase “Mind your Ps and Qs” was advice printers gave to their apprentices so they didn’t mix up their backwards-facing lowercase p’s and q’s while constructing their type.
- Our letterpress wheel turned a whopping 12,800 times last month.
- The name that goes first on an invitation implies who is paying for the wedding, so make sure you get it the right way round!
- If a cat sneezes on the day before a wedding, the bride will be lucky in her marriage.
- Gertrude (our letterpress) weighs the same as a Mini Cooper!