Post # 1
I have looked at a dozen or so wensites to try and find the right paper for your invitations. I bought a sample at crafts direct the other day but want to compare prices to some on line stores. The problem is I know nothing about paper. And not only that, but how do I know the color I am seeing on my computer is what it really looks like. Where did you get your paper from Bees?
Post # 3
I designed my own invites in publisher and saved it as a PDF. I then sent the PDF to a printer and had them print and cut all of station (invite, response card, etc.). They printed them on 100# paper. All togther my invites cost about $175. Check out my wedding [post moderated for self promotion] to see my invites.
Post # 4
- Wedding: March 2014 - Glen Sanders Mansion
@mmq5481: I have a friend who is a graphic designer and is designing our invites/save the dates/etc. We are then bringing them to a printer. Can I ask how many invites you had? Just trying to gauge prices.
Post # 6
I’m a designer…
Are you trying to print the invites at home? That will matter with what type of paper you can use.
If you are looking to print online, a lot of sites give you paper options, catprint.com has a good selection of papers when you print with them. The color is a very hard thing to get exact with, usually you can request/pay for a color proof before printing all the invites to check for color accuracy.