We are one of the few printing companies that can still offer laid business cards in NYC. Because this paper is very old and was primarily printed using old printing techniques, many printers stopped offering it due to its complexity. We are happy to put in the extra effort so that you and your company can benefit from this unique paper.
One of the greatest benefits of printing laid business cards is that they are very rare, giving you uniqueness as a brand. On the other hand, laid business cards are traditional and elegant, making them an excellent choice for industries that need to reflect such an image. Additionally, this paper is available in offset printing, which means that if you need your corporate colors always to be the same, these cards provide you with the option to achieve this goal.
The biggest drawback of laid business card printing is that not many printers are able to produce them due to their difficulty. Hardly any digital press can handle its texture. Even though we have the capacity to print Laid Business Cards, it is challenging to find multiple printers that can replicate this type of business cards in other locations. If you need your cards to be the same, across different locations, it is ideal to plan ahead so that you can get consistent results.
Laid is a paper watermarked with fine lines running across the grain. This is an unusual style which will always create a lasting impression.
Laid business cards are printed on 16pt (average) stock.
3.5” x 2” (standard), 2.5” x 2.5″, 1.5″ x 3.5″, and 2.125″ x 3.375”
Do you want a custom size? Please feel free to email us at email@example.com.
Laid business cards can be enhanced with raised ink and have rounded corners.
Laid paper is available for note cards, invitations, and postcards.
Laid business cards are versatile and used by multiple company types and individuals.
Laid paper has a vertical or horizontal texture of lines with considerable space between them. In contrast, linen paper has a surface that uses both horizontal and vertical lines simultaneously, but much closer together.