All invitations come in standard size for ease of printing. Your files are delivered as printable PDFs (unless otherwise requested), so you can print as few or as many cards as you need.
Once you receive your printable PDF's, you have several printing options.
1. Print At Home
Printing at home is simple and super cost-effective. Set your color printer to the highest quality print mode. Make sure the printer is set to print to size and not to scale the PDF up or down.
Please note that often the colors you see on your computer screen will look different once you print them out. This is due to the way computer monitors (like TVs) display colors versus the way colors are seen in print. You can test print our color chart by downloading it here.
2. Copy Shop
You can also easily have your designs printed at a copy shop like Kinko's, Staples or OfficeMax. Or, even better, support small businesses by using a local copy shop. Oftentimes, smaller copy shops offer superior quality and customer service over chains. Either way, you should ask the copy shop what the heaviest paper they can handle is. We say the thicker the paper, the better! Heavy paper adds a luxurious look and feel to the invitation.
3. Online Printers
There are lots of great online printing options, as well. If you go this route, please let us know which printer you will be using so we an make sure your files match their printing specifications. Below are a few printers we like
4. Local Professional Printer
A local professional print shop will allow you to print on very heavy cardstock. You can also trust that the quality of your print will be very high. Different print shops will have different rates, so be sure to check out a couple before making a decision. We can format your cards to match the printer's specifications.
5. Letterpress Printing
Letterpress is a printing option for some invitation designs. Please inquire regarding which invitations can be letterpressed and for letterpress printing recommendations.