(Closed) someone please help me with my DIY response cards :/

posted 8 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
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  • Wedding: April 2011

A few questions…

1. Any particular program that you are using? This can make a difference in how they print.

2. Is that all the information you will have on the cards?.. Meal options or anything like that?

I did our response cards in Illustrator and am having them printed as Postcards to reduce postage and the need for an envelope.

The are 4×6… If you would like you can send me a PM with your email and I can send you the PDF of them… This should work as long as you have Illustrator/Photoshop (I believe)

Also you could try Powerpoint… and set the size options in the design tab

Here are ours:

We have since decided to do a buffet so we will take off the “meal options”.. Also I did seperate lines for each guest so that HOPEFULLY guests will get the idea and I won’t get a “ok how many are actually coming?!”

I’ve read some horror RSVP stories so I wanted it VERY simply

Also we will be adding a “ha ha” to the accepts w/ regret and declines w/ pleasure options.. I just thought it was too funny.

Hope this helps =)

Post # 4
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  • Wedding: April 2011

OH.. and when you go to print in a program like this you want to make sure that you choose to print on the paper size of the image and that it fills it…

I haven’t done it but a couple of times but I think that’s how you “get it done” 😉

Post # 6
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  • Wedding: April 2011

Okay.. so your paper is already cut? What program are you using for the text/printing of them? Have you checked the print setup? margins? etc…..

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