Planning for events such as weddings, anniversaries and business soirees requires a careful balance between high quality and a sometimes low budget. You don’t want to go spend too much, but you also don’t want to look like you’re cutting corners. Printing is one area in which a good product doesn’t have to equal a pile of cash – PsPrint now offers invitation cards that cost a fraction of what other printers charge.
Invitations don’t have to be printed on transparent, embossed paper and done up with a ribbon. You can achieve a professional, classic or even romantic look with a high-gloss or matte paper stock and a creative design.
Here are five steps to creating expensive-looking invitations at an inexpensive price:
- Choose and download a free template from which to create your invitation card.
- Think about the message you want to convey on your invitation and design it to those standards. Enlist professional graphic designers if needed.
- Select a paper stock: 14-point C2S gloss cover with glossy sheen on both sides; 13-point 100 percent recycled matte cover; or 14-point C1S gloss cover with glossy sheen on one side and printable, uncoated side on the other.
- Decide whether you’d like to add matching envelopes to your order.
- Want to save on postage as well as your writing hand? Opt for direct-mailing services.
With all the money you’ll save on invitation printing, there’s more to pour in to the bar budget!