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Everyone who cares about design seems to want wedding invitations made with letterpress printing—the old-style craft printing that shows the bite of type into thick paper. And every happy couple discovers the same thing: It costs a fortune, easily topping $2,000 for a set of even basic invitations. Jane Buck’s Red Hook home-goods-and-stationery shop, Foxy & Winston, is not dirt cheap—no letterpress printer is—but it’s at the lower end of the price range, and her custom design work is perfect: whimsy for one event, cool elegance for another, and everything in between. One-color letterpress save-the-date cards are $525 for 100; two-color letterpress invitations are $660 for 100.