Printing Options For DIY Wedding INVITATIONS _ There's huge variety when it comes to the execution of DIY wedding invitations these days, so before you start buying paper or ink, you need to think about the final form of your invite: how will it look, and what process do you want to use to make it? Here are just a few options, and their pros and cons.
LOCAL PRINTING: When it comes to short run printing, the local option is my favorite option. Local print shops may not be able to match the price of many online vendors, but you get to have more of a hand in the process, and therefore a little more control over the end result. Some will even let you bring in your own paper, and most will let you use their paper cutters for free (sometimes even if you haven't printed anything through them). Unfortunately, not all local shops are created equal—some FedEx Office shops are great, others not so much. You'll need to do your due diligence to find a good match. InkerLinker is also a good place to find amazing, non_FedEx print shops near you.