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Custom Napkins

Create your own graphic, design, monogram or logo and we will gladly emboss or foil stamp your creation onto our 3-ply beverage napkins and guest towels.

What are the Benefits of a Custom Napkin?

The easy answer to this question is that it is your own design. There is something to say for creating something from scratch. It is a one of a kind work of art, created by you for others to enjoy and celebrate. What better way to celebrate than with a beverage, good friends and family with your custom napkin design proudly displayed at a special occasion.

Another great benefit for custom napkins is displaying your company logo. Luncheons, dinners, conference rooms all present perfect locations to show off you corporate logo while everyone enjoys a beverage and the topic of the event.

Wedding receptions work well with custom napkins. Create your own personalized monogram design and let us foil stamp or emboss it into your wedding napkins. Remember you will need typically 3 beverage napkins or guest towels per guest, so if you are entertaining 100 people, 300 napkins would be the minimum needed.

How do I create a custom napkin design?

  • We recommend using a graphics program such as Adobe Illustrator.
  • Download our .EPS template for creating a graphic which works with our system.
    Use our Downloadable Template (requires Adobe Illustrator)
  • The custom artwork should be produced in black and white, multiple colors create less than desirable results
  • Your artwork file should fit within the 3.5" x 3.5" art board.
  • Some additional key tips: If you would like your artwork to appear in a diamond format. This is when the custom artwork is embossed or foil stamped with the napkin coming to a point at the top, you should rotate your artwork 45 degrees in a counterclockwise direction. If you would like your artwork to appear in a square format, no rotation is required.
  • How you save the file determines if it will work. The file has to be saved as an .EPS format with the preview format set to 'None'. If this is improperly saved, the file will not upload properly.