Post # 1
I’m an encore bride now working on the invitations. I know what I want, howver it is a combination of things I like and the cost is a little too much and or sister companies don’t cross over and share options. So I was googling for suggestions on how to find a local or online vendor that does custom die cuts. I want the invitations to be in the bracket shape but is there a business where I can submit a die cut design and cut for me??
Post # 3
They sell bracket cards at Paper Presentation in a large variety of colors. If you’re looking for something more specific, Jeronimo’s Lithocraft does custom die cuts as well. I used them to letterpress and foil stamp my wedding invitations and they were great to deal with.
Post # 4
Oh thank you!
It appears I would need printing done on the invites before doing a diecut shape cut to them. That’s where I felt I was a tad bit stuck.
I saw your invitations and I like them! It’s a set up per piece plus foil and letterpressing each page? Would they do back printing too?
Post # 5
p.s., I see the bracket shape cards!!! Would I be able to print on them without shifting in the printer? That’s what I am curious about.
Post # 6
Also, just throwing this out there: Paper Source sells a printable bracket die-cut card.
Here’s a list of union printers – mention you got their name off of the directory and what you’re looking to do. If the printer you speak with can’t do it, they’ll likely point you in the direction of someone who can.
Post # 7
@freckleval: There is a set up price for each printing process. It would have obviously been cheaper if I had just chosen to get them letterpressed or foil stamped. I don’t think you letterpress something that is double sided, because it does leave an indentation on the back of the card. Your best bet is to get it offset printed.
I think you should be able to feed it through your printer, but I would probably take it to a local printer to see what they can do.