Champagne colored paper

Howdy all,

Can anyone suggest a champagne colored paper stock? I need something heavy – Lettra 220 kind of range – and preferably with matching envelopes. I’ve suggested Lettra in Ecru, but that’s too yellow.

Any ideas?


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You could have this duplexed if you need it heavier

Thanks, Girl. Unfortunately they don’t want metallic. Any other suggestions? In heavy weights, all I can seem to find are whites or off-whites. The client doesn’t have the money to spend on duplexing.

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