(Closed) Tips on how to do a DIY invitation kit

posted 6 years ago in DIY
Post # 3
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

Did you buy a kit? Like, something Michael’s sells? If you did, with most kits you can go online and get the templates for Microsoft Word/Google Docs. Then, you just replace the writing in the template with what you want. Everything is then perfectly sized for your paper, and you just need to print.

Some advice – do not bend the RSVP cards since your printer might screw them up and they may print crooked. Oh, and if you don’t have too many to print, feed each paper individually. I know it sounds like a pain, but my printer is a little old, and it has the tendency sometimes to grab two sheets instead of one.

If when you are done, you want to individualize them, buy some ribbon in a co-ordinating colour, and tie it around your invites/RSVP card/envelope to hold it all together.

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