Post # 1
So I have previously designed my own rsvp cards….and well here is the problem….I can find 1 million places that will custom print them, and I think it would be awesome to have them cut out in the ticket shape i designed them in, instead of just a square card with a ticket design on them…..So I am torn now on what to do the cheapest i found for 150 is like $400….soo yeah that i am not even spending on flowers….so I wont drop that cash on just RSVP cards….
so here is the delimma….( I dont have a cricket or anything that could just cut them out myself…and dont know about buying one for just this process….)
Do I keep searching, and keep trying or just go with a square card with the desgin on them…
her is the design for refrence (note i still cant figure out how to get it saved as a picture….)
note i have just edited it for Please Join Us For Our Premier at the top….
so i have 2 options….keep searching for someone to cut it out, OR i can get it printed on a completely gold stock card and have it be just a bit larger then the black outline of the ticket and then leaving it as the square shape….
as a wedding quest wich would you prefer….would the cut out ticket shape be too cutsey???
Post # 3
As a guest, I don’t think I would notice. As a bride, I would LOVE to get the cut out, but knowing a lot about printers due to my college major, the price that you quoted is probably around what it will cost.
Post # 4
@kansas_nurse: I think the cut out shape would look awesome and more “done”. But as a budget bride I could not ever spend an extra $400 for it! Could you get it printed and the cut the straight edges with a paper cutter and notch the corners with a large circle punch?
Post # 5
- Wedding: October 2014 - Kukahiko Estate
There has to be a way that you can order these in a normal square and trim the small remaining quarter circle away.
Post # 6
@Misswhowedding: darn i was hoping that they would be like crazy high!!!
@MexiPino: see this is my issue….I have thought about it….BUT i would have to 150 of them bad boys….ugh soo torn…
Post # 7
@kansas_nurse: get a rounded corner punch. Cut the rectangles and punch the corners.
Post # 8
I agree with looking for a large circle punch!
Post # 9
@kansas_nurse: even if it took 30 seconds for each ticket (which seems like a lot of time to use a hole punch four times) that would mean a total of an hour and fifteen minutes. So decide if your time is worth it. If you hate DIY then yeah, maybe saving $400 is not worth it for you. Or maybe you hate both the idea of doing it and the idea of paying for it enough to let them be squares.
Post # 11
@kansas_nurse: just cut them yourself if you’d prefer that… either with the circle punch or an exacto knife or just scisors…