(Closed) Specific printer used for invitations using metallic cardstock

posted 9 years ago in DIY
Post # 3
4 posts
  • Wedding: March 2012

@FutureMrs.AP:  I used Stardream Crystal for my actual invites. I cant recall what site I oedered the stock from, but it was 105lb Coverstock. I ordered my pocketfolds (in Stardream Sparkling Sapphire) from Cards and Pockets, but the actual white invite paper was from another site (I basically just shopped around online for the cheapest price I could find).

I took my design to Kinkos (on a usb card) and just had them print them on their professional laser printers).

My envelopes were #10 Stardream Silver). I printed the addresses on my Canon Inkjet at home and then sprayed them with a protective sealer that I bought at Michaels (It’s sold for sealing chalk art, etc, and it comes in a spray can). I hear you can also use hairspray as a sealer, but it makes your paper smell like hairspray too.

Post # 4
1561 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

I used Catprint.com – they have metallic paper in white and ivory, and it was thick enogh for me – about standard thickness for invitations.  Plus their pricing was amazing, and I got free hard copies before they printed the whole order.

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