Once you're finished editing an invitation design either yourself or from an online designer, you'll want to make sure you get an excellent print!
You'll need the invitation in either a JPG or PDF format to upload to your printer's website.
If the design goes edge to edge, you'll want to make sure to include a .15" bleed around the final design.
There are quite a lot of options for places to print. We suggest going over a few deciding factors to help you choose:
1. What's my budget?
2. What's the quantity I need?
3. How quickly do I need them by?
4. How many pieces do I need to get printed? Typical wedding suite has an invitation, details card, RSVP, and any other extra pieces included in the envelope.
5. Are there any special printing characteristics you envision? Things like heavier weight paper, gloss or matte finish, spot varnishes, letter pressed, etc.
Once you have a better idea of what you need, we recommend checking out local printers as well as these online vendors:
- Great Quality Paper: Moo.com (*Save 20% with my referral code)
- Great for invitation sets: Stationary HQ
- Cards and Pockets
- Cat Print
- Great Value Price: Vista Print
- Local chains: Fed Ex // Staples // Office Depot