Specialist printing company and envelope makers – producing packaging & bespoke engraved stationery
Established in 1859 Baddeley Brothers is world renowned for specialist printing and bespoke envelope making – favoured by innovative designers and companies looking to project the right image for their business. Modern technology intensifies a lust for the past; a paradox our handcrafted print techniques such as: engraving, blind embossing, die-stamping, gilding, thermography, foil blocking, duplexing and letterpress; are happy to reconcile and provide total individuality. feel… the difference: no one else has the capabilities of so many classic or luxury print techniques and envelope making skills in one place.’
Looking for the product to stand out on the shelf, justify its contents and purchase with a unique label, swing ticket or receipt envelope.
We will help you realise your vision.
Make a real impression with your clients by using hand finished stationery. From die-stamping and blind embossing through to bespoke envelopes, you can really feel the difference.
The material you print has to stand in for person-person communication. Denied the sense of sound, movement and smell, the printed word can compensate with tactile materials that people will feel as well as read.
In a world of electronic media, there is room for the expertly designed gilded invitation or well-presented menu or tissue lined envelope that sets the tone for whatever event you are planning.
“Everybody loves paper…”
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