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As a graphic designer and someone who pulled out all the stops to design the wedding invitation itself, believe me when I say you can make DIY wedding invitation simple or as complicated as you want. Many people go into making their own invitations expect to save money, but I will tell you up front: there are plenty of affordable places to get a nice invitation with a little work on it will take you to a DIY wedding invitations. However, if you have a specific reason to go DIY on your paper (for example, you want to bring your specific ideas for life, or you want to get creative) reading. ( DIY wedding invitations, so we got your back here.)
There is a wide variety when it comes to the implementation of the law today, so before you start buying the paper or ink, you have to think about the final shape of your invite: how it will look, and what processes you want to use to make my t? Here are a few options, and the pros and cons.
Letterpress: The dream designer and lover of paper, letterpress is visually beautiful and highly coveted throughout Pinterest. However, it is expensive because it is an art that requires some heavy machinery. Letterpress is an option to use when you want to support artists to make it, not because you think you should. Thomas Printer is a great option for anyone looking for letterpress invitation on a reasonable budget. Another option is to build your own letterpress, but you better have a serious love for the actual craft. The majority of your guests, unfortunately, will not know or will not care that your invitation letterpressed.
PRINTING ONLINE: There are quite a variety when it comes to print through an online company, so always make sure you can get proof of your invitation. With some companies, which may cost extra, but it’s usually not too much. Just as with in-house printing, paper option you will usually be limited to anything that brings the company, and each company’s paper set will be a little different. You can usually ask for free samples of the paper. Here are some companies that I used with good results:
AT-HOME PRINTING: By far the most easily accessible, this is the easiest option for addressing the project in smaller pieces on weeknights rather than spending hours in a studio or waiting in a print shop. However, you should test before buying one ton of paper, the printer can be very finicky, and you can not really change your printer ink use. If your printer is not the higher end, you may have a very limited choice of paper. Here is a little more at home printing.
PRINTING LOCAL: When it comes to printing the short term, local choice is my favorite choice. Local print shop may not be able to match the prices of many online vendors, but you could have more of a hand in the process, and therefore a bit more control over the end result. Some will even let you bring your own paper, and most will let you use them for free paper cutter (sometimes even if you have not printed anything through them). Unfortunately, not all local stores are created equal-some FedEx Office stores are great, others not so much. You have to do your due diligence to find a good partner. InkerLinker is also a good place to find amazing, non-FedEx print shop near you.
GOCCO: print Gocco is, a small-scale version of the gorgeous screen printing, which is why internet love it so much. However, gocco also an art that is almost completely dead at the moment, so if you take it just for printing your invitation … may withdraw from the Internet for a week, and then decide. (Editor’s Note: Both Meg and Maddie did this and … uh … probably would not recommend it to anyone.) You can see the screen printer in your area for the same style of print, but it is a pricier option, such as letterpress.
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