(Closed) invitations with chinese/korean names in it

posted 7 years ago in East Asian
Post # 3
167 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

Should be no problem with a google add on or windows add on (should be able to install) if you go to your preferences. We’ll do that if we go the target invite route.

As for printers, I know invitations by ajalon does multiple languages. That’s something we may go with.


Post # 4
19 posts

Any of your local korean printers who does business cards, posters, etc. usually do wedding invitations as well, and they should have no problem printing in all three languages since korean input method also includes the chinese characters, either on PC or MAC.  However the chinese letters are pronounced differently in korean, so in order to avoid typo or mixup, you should bring a digital copy of your name when you go to the printer, so they can just copy and paste what you have.  (eg: your name typed up in txt file).  

by the way if haven’t found a photographer yet, please pm me!

Post # 6
2154 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

@Beluga Whale: I second the plug for Wedding Paper Divas. They did our save the dates, and I’m 99% sure we’re going to order our invitations from them as well. Their customer service, timeliness, and products are awesome.

Also, I like your name. 😉

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