Invitations set the mood. Let’s be honest, you create the expectations and excitement for the event with your invitation. Sure e-invites are easy and free, but who saves those for a scrap book, and wouldn't you get WAY more excited for a party where you got a real invitation? I know I have a bias, but when you put effort into an invite, people make an effort in response.
Stamps are important too, don’t just stick some stupid ‘Liberty Bell’ forever stamp on a nicely printed envelope. The USPS website can provide you with many WONDERFUL stamp choices.
So what are you waiting for? Start planning a party worth sending out invitations for and let’s print you some great invites.
Take a look at our Signature Designs.
When you print with either NO ink or a COLORLESS ink (aka tint base), it is called a 'blind impression', because you get an impression, but no visible ink. Comprenez-vous? Mohawk paper - (I think) it is nice and thick with a super smooth finish. I used basic white envelopes. Inks: Gray, green, and blind.
Oh, How high the moon. A Garden party suite complete with dance cards. Crane's Lettra with matching A2 envelopes. One ink color in green.
Crane's Lettra paper (100% cotton) in Florescent white. Charcoal gray and silver accents for the inks. Printed outer envelope with a blank inner envelope. Notecard, ceremony invitation, and luncheon inserts.