Listed below are both the Products and Services that T.E.O.S. offers our clients... It is important to note that we are expanding our services, so if there is a stationery item that you desire but do not see it listed here, never fear, we're getting it in gear and can make it available to you!!

    • Weddings
    • Receptions
    • After Parties
    • Anniversaries
    • Quinceañeras
    • Dinner Parties
    • Reaffirmations
    • Baby Showers
    • Bridal Showers
    • Holiday Parties
    • Birthday Parties
    • Bridal Luncheons
    • Corporate Events
    • Renewal of Vows
    • Gift-Giving Parties
    • Bar / Bat Mitzvahs
    • Graduation Invites
    • Graduation Parties
    • Engagement Parties
    • House Warming Parties
    • Commencements / Cotillions
    • "Grand" Opening / Re-opening
    • Bachelor / Bachelorette Parties

    • Maps
    • Programs
    • Place Cards
    • Seals / Labels
    • Greeting Cards
    • Reminder Cards
    • Announcements
    • Custom Invitations
    • "Thank You" Cards
    • Engagement Invites
    • Bridal Registry Cards
    • Reception Menu Cards
    • Monogrammed Napkins
    • Table Numbers / Names
    • Reception Itinerary Cards
    • Postponement / Cancel Cards
    • Save-the-Date Magnets / Cards
    • Note Pads / Note Cards / Informals
    • Favors: tags, notes, bookmarks, etc.

    Listed below are the printing services that we offer... The printing type is dependent on the type of paper you are using and the style or design of your stationery items.

    Flat Printing: is just as the name sounds, the ink is flush against the paper... All colors and paper choices are available for this style of printing.

    Letter Press: think "thermography" style printing reversed... Letter Press invitations have a feel of the wording/design being "pressed" into the paper. It is one of the most traditional styles of printing but is less commonly used in today's society, except for in the social stationery department: Example Here.

    Embossed Print: is the changing of the shape or stressing of paper material to create raised edges, bumps, graphic designs, etc.: Example Here.

    Foil Stamping: is the style of printing that is used to create items such as the custom napkins seen in our portfolio area.

    Digital Printing: this style of printing uses digital imaging to create printed items.. (ex: from the computer to the digital press). This style of printing allows for fast, turnaround jobs, however it is limited to certain colors and paper choices.

    Thermography: is raised printing that is less expensive then "engraved" printing... It utilizes special poweders that adhere to any color ink and is mainly used for stationery items.