(Closed) Looking for a printer for my DIY invites

posted 8 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
3866 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

by design, you mean in a program like photoshop, illustrator, word, etc? 

if that’s the case, Vista Prints are good (other Bees have used them and I had some samples sent from them), Zazzle is a good place, 123prints, Overnight Prints are all great web-based services.

there’s also places like Kinko’s, Staples, etc.  I’m not familiar with either of those places, but I HAVE seen the samples at Staples and they look pretty nice.

Personally, I’m using Zazzle for my designs, since I’m printing on both sides for my invites/RSVP cards.  I’m saving over $200 doing it that way compared to buying ’em.


Post # 4
169 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2010

I am with the PP are you talking about buying a printer or having someone do it?  We made our own invites and folks when crazy over them.  I will be truthful that we went up to my Fiance work on a saturday and printed the whole lot of them.  Is that a possibility?  We ran lined envelopes through the printer and all. 

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