Post # 1
I want to design my own invitations like I did my own Save the Dates.
I printed my Save the Dates at work or at home and assembled them and sent them off in a breeze, but I’d like my invites to have a little more flare and more clean lines than my ol’ trusty home printer could offer. I want color and am possibly looking for recycled paper and all within a decent price.
I have about 75-85 invitations and I have the means to design what I want just not print what I want!
Can anyone suggest a local Chicago/Evanston printer? Did you use them? How did your product turn out?
Post # 3
If you’re thinking of doing letterpress, you definately have to try Rohner Letterpress! They are the nicest, most helpful people EVER and both their prices and their quality are extremely good. http://www.rohnerletterpress.com/index2.html They are located on Ravenswood just north of Lincoln Ave.
Post # 4
WOW – Thank you snmcdowell!
That was very helpful and quick! I am already impressed by their website, I will contact them!
Post # 5
- Wedding: August 2010 - Ocean View Villas/Jasmine Seafood Restaurant
I was at Paper Source in Lincoln Park for their wedding event two weeks ago. Got a good price on their print work. I thought it was decently priced, but I haven’t done a ton of research yet. They have more info on their web page.
Post # 6
I’m using Mother of Hermes Letterpress for my invitations. She is really reasonable and will let you bring your own artwork. (http://www.motherofhermes.com/)
Post # 7
Not in Chicago area but definitely affordable. Check them out at http://www.CraftMasterInvitations.com