(Closed) Seal n' Send Invitations

posted 7 years ago in Paper
Post # 18
2334 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

If you wanted to DIY:

  • Buy a ream of 8.5×11 cardstock
  • Make a your invitation in Word, including the RSVP portion below it.  Keep it all on the 1 sheet of paper
  • Print
  • Cut off the excess
  • Don’t like the printing and cutting?  Send your document to Catprint and they’ll print and cut for you.
  • Use a perforater rotary wheel to make the tear-off part.  I bought one on Amazon for around $7

Post # 20
5427 posts
Bee Keeper

@BooRadley:  Use a perforater rotary wheel to make the tear-off part.

There you go, see I knew there was a tool!

@yogaqueen:  I would suck it up and do it haha..I would just throw a fit Tongue Out

hee hee! Seeing your avatar, makes me laugh, because he is the mildest of the bunch isn’t he?

Post # 22
26 posts
  • Wedding: March 2013

I might be a little late on this, but I also ordered my invites from invitationsbydawn.com and I love them.  I have recived lots of compliments on them.  I was plesantly surprised by the quality of the paper and the printing, and the price was unbeatable!  I also sealed them with glue dot to keep them closed going through the mail.  Hope this helps!

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