Post # 1
i’m starting my invitations and i keep hearing how hard the stardream paper is to print on with ink jet printers, so i was wondering if any one knew if the paper printed better on a laser printer?
Post # 3
I have printed on stardream paper with a laser printer and it worked fine. The only thing I suggest is let the paper cool back down for a few minutes before you start cutting or using the paper to let the toner set.
Post # 4
I use the stardream paper, without any trouble, I love it! Maybe you could just buy a package, and try it out. If you end up having trouble, you can keep the paper and use it as a backing behind another paper in your wedding colors to keep everything coordinated. You could also use it as a matte for a photo
Post # 5
Hi. I used stardream paper on an inkjet without any problems as long as I gave the paper time to dry (30-45 seconds). Towards the end of the printing, some intricate graphics began to smudge and have lines print, but I’m leaning towards that being the printer and not the paper.
I’d go ahead and order some sample paper to try it out first (that’s what I did). If you need to get the invites out now, I’d just go for it. EnvelopeMall has great prices on Stardream.
Post # 6
paper presentation will send you samples of whatever color paper you want for free (an 8.5×11" sheet).
Post # 7
I totally agree with ToppingBride. I am currently printing my invites in Stardream paper and have smudged a few by cutting them right as they come out of the printer, so definitely allow some time to dry.
Also, I suggest you set the printer quality to "Best", to make sure all your lines look crisp (I used the regular setting and noticed it missed some of the fine lines in the text).
P.S. I second envelopemall. Best prices around.