Tips For PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER _ Paper cutting: The Internet loves to tell you that if you are doing your own DIY wedding invitations, you need to invest in a professional paper cutter, or at least a rotary cutter, along with a tape gun, and the list goes on. You can skip this by ordering paper that's cut to size—always double check to make sure you can print said format of course—and skipping any taped on embellishments. I promise, a fancy invitation need not have three layers of cardstock and the ability to stand on its own.
ONLINE PRINTING: There's a pretty wide variety when it comes printing via online companies, so always make sure you can get a proof of your invitation. With some companies, that may cost extra, but it's usually not very much. Much like with at_home printing, your paper options will usually be limited to whatever the company carries, and each company's paper set is going to be slightly different. You can usually request paper samples for free. Here are a few companies I've used with good results: