(Closed) Bilingual Wedding Invitation

posted 9 years ago in Los Angeles
Post # 3
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Smiles421, you should check out JC United Printing. I was referred to them by my cousin who had used them for her wedding in 2007.  JC United Priniting was formerly located in Alhambra but has since relocated to Rosemead.  They offer bilingual services (Chinese and Vietnamese) at very, very affordable prices. My invitations were about $1.10 each and I order 200 of them!  I had my invitations printed three languages: Chinese, English, and Vietnamese.  They also offer a variety of many different designs and styles.  Please negotiate with Ken, since he’s the owner and has the authority to lower the prices. 

JC United Printing’s information:

3592 Rosemead Blvd. #508                                                              Rosemead, CA 91770    

Phone: 626-570-9336

If you want use my name as a referral for deeper discounts when bargaining with Ken, just PM me and I’ll email you my name and information regarding all the freebies Ken provided.

Post # 4
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I’ve also heard of JC United Printing. There’s actually a bunch of places. There is paperworders in temple city, http://www.paperwonders.com/ , and i do concepts also in temple city, http://www.idoconcepts.com/ to name a few.

The lady at Paper Wonders is super nice. They also sell the invitations so you can DIY (like the pocket folds, etc). She mentioned that because of the accents in vietnamese, she charges more, tho.  Have you tried going to Santa Ana?

I Do Concepts I saw at a bridal show once, too. They have nice stuff as well. 

We are going to make our own invitations, printing included. There are fonts and programs for Chinese and Vietnamese. I’ll probably be doing tri-lingual invites! (or two sets of bilingual ones). The Vietnamese software is called VNI or VFS or something (I have to look it up at home). 

Post # 5
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  • Wedding: October 2009

I getting my bilingual invitations through Paperwonders in Temple City, I spending about $4/piece including RSVP card.  I’m getting the more western one. I’m working with the Audrey.  Just becareful about the text, she’s replies quickly via email, but the text in English is not all great, sounds more like Engrish.  I’m still working on mine.  I’ll keep you guys posted.

Post # 6
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My friend just got them through this etsy seller.  Her stuff was vintage fab, and she had them in english and chinese.  Don’t know if the designer does other languages tho.

http://www.etsy.com/shop/hornbillhill

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