Laser cut place card in Amalfi paper
Place card in Amalfi paper with laser cut fretwork. This model is inspired by the style and the sumptuous shapes of the typical Italian baroque.
Each card is about 5.5 cm. high and 8.5 cm. wide and is available in three different colors.
They are particularly suitable for use in wedding ceremonies and any kind of event where maximum elegance is required and sought after.
The engravings are created exclusively by the artistic workshop of Lo Scrigno di Santa Chiara, a guarantee of a completely handmade work that ensures the 100% Amalfi origin.
The paper with which they are created is suitable for manual writing with any gel pen, rollerball or calligraphy. This feature allows an easy personalized composition for the tables of the ceremony.
Each sheet useful for their realization, is produced individually, evolving traditional techniques and rules with which the ancient papermakers of Amalfi have made this paper a value and an Italian excellence in the world.
It is possible to combine the place card with envelopes larger than those indicated. (useful links at the bottom of the page)
Contact us through our form, social pages or through the instant messaging button for more information, product assistance or to provide us with custom graphics or text for your invitations.
If you wish to give as a gift our perforated Amalfi paper or any other product on the online store but still have some doubt about the model to choose, you can comfortably buy our gift coupon in Amalfi paper among the different amounts available. After the purchase, will be delivered to your home or directly to the recipient’s home (specifying the address), a fine card (customizable with text to be provided) with a secret code that will allow you to buy on our online store the desired model in total carefree and peace of mind.
- Sold individually
- 5.5 * 8.5 (closed)
- 11 * 8.5 (opened)
- Ivory pink
- Pearl gray
Other openwork available for the same use:
Fields of use
- Event Placeholders
- 100% cotton paper
- Lo Scrigno di Santa Chiara
This post is also available in: Italian