(Closed) Kinko’s? Anyone? Anyone?

posted 8 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

I used Kinko’s and OFfice Depot. I did only black and white. They were 9 cents apiece and 59 cents for collor. They did a fine job…I also had them use their fancy paper cutter and cut them for us. laser ink doesn’t smudge like injet, which is why i went with them.

Post # 4
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507 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: February 2010

We had our invitations printed in Kinkos (well, FedEx Office as it’s called now). They did a great job with the invites and all the inserts, with a quick turnaround — I think we got them back the next day, and not too expensive either!

Post # 6
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 2010

office depot rocks my world lol but kinko’s is awesome as well. as for invitation grade card stock (they usually have it for the same price)…  and do a test run to make sure that your card stock runs through. i used an index linen for my test invite and it was fine.

Post # 7
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640 posts
Busy bee

I got our invitations printed their and they did a fantastic job! It only took an hour, no problems with cardstock and only charged me .10/invitation! They told me that as long as its not an irregular shape they can print it on their regular black/white printer. If it had been an irregular shape it would have been (I think) .35/invite because they would have to use a special printer. It was sooo much less stress than worrying about my printer running out of ink or printing crooked …

Post # 9
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10218 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 2010

lol!! i am worried about the wax seals on my invites 😀

Post # 10
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5498 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: September 2010

My Mom used Kinko’s for our invites when I was engaged to my ex. Honestly it (quality) looked pretty similar to the invites I just printed on my computer!

Post # 11
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

I used Kinko’s for our invites and they turned out great. I was going to try to use my home printer at first, but when I had a sample printed at Kinko’s I decided to go with them because they just looked so much better! They also cut everything down to size so that it would fit in my pocketfold, which was a dream. It was a great price and they were all done in a day.

Post # 13
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950 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

@bloodgo1: your suite looks FANTASTIC!

As for using Fedex Office, we were going to go with them (& PPs sound like they’re GREAT), but we actually found a local printer who will do what we want for cheaper & a bit more custom.  I grant you, our invites are NOT the norm – definitely going with an irregular size & with color (there will be multiple sides to our invites)…so if you wanted something more, hmm, unique, you might want to check out your local printers, too. Except for the custom bit, we would be going with Fedex Office, so it’s a Great choice, too! 

Good Luck with whichever route you go with!

Post # 14
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

@misshelen – i actually just used microsoft word and at kinkos i just brought it in on a flash drive and they converted the file to a pdf before printing, but it wasn’t an issue at all

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