Wood is one of the most versitile materials to tell your story with. From Charcutiere and cutting boards to portraits and decorative boxes, Party Perfect, presents top-quality engraving services on a multitude of wood items using our CO2 laser. Our laser is capable of engraving most types of wood, including bamboo, maple, and walnut, which are our preferred options for engraving. Read more
Please note that we take great care to ensure that all of portraits on wood are of the highest quality with the most durable finish for your particular application. With the exception our food contact items, we will apply a clear coating to protect the wood and the engraving, which adds a few days to the shipping process to ensure that the packaging materials don't embed into an uncured clear coat. With our attention to detail and commitment to quality, you can trust us to create beautiful and long-lasting engraved wood products that will exceed your expectations.
Bamboo is an incredible material that is actually a type of grass. It's a natural composite material that boasts impressive strength-to-weight ratios, making it an excellent option for engraving. Its strength is comparable to that of a strong softwood or hardwood timber, which means that engraved bamboo products are durable and long-lasting.
Maple, on the other hand, is a hardwood and one of the most popular species of wood for cutting boards, signs, and photographs. Its light color provides a beautiful contrast between the wood and the engraving, making it an ideal choice for creating elegant and sophisticated engraved products. Moreover, maple is a sturdy and durable hardwood that can withstand the test of time with minimal upkeep.
Walnut, another popular hardwood, boasts a deep, rich color that adds a touch of elegance and sophistication to any engraved keepsake. It's particularly great for cutting boards, as it can last generations with proper care.
Handwritten notes on wood - Please send us the cleanest version of your handwritten note. If you have grandma's handwritten recipe in an old book. we may be able to process it for use. (It never hurts to ask.) For best results use a dark pen on a piece of copy paper or similar paper with no lines.
Photos on wood - Remember that the quality of the photo will directly effect the result of the completed keepsake. Photos taken in good lighting with 300 dpi resolution will give you the best possible result.
Extremely dark, blurry, grainy or low-quality photos are not suitable for engraving. We will contact you if changes are required. Read less