Digital invitations have been around for a while, and they’re definitely not cheap.
That’s why we’re offering a guide to printing your wedding invitations from scratch, and we’ve got tips on what to look out for when it comes to selecting a printer.
If you’re thinking about doing it yourself, be sure to read the full article to find out how to do it.
The following are our best tips on selecting a digital invitation printer for your wedding.1.
Choose a printer with a wide selection of colors and sizesWe’ve rounded up our favorite digital invitations printers to make sure you can print them at a variety of resolutions, from high-res to low-res.
Check out our guide to choosing the right printer to print high-resolution invitations.2.
Choose the best digital printer for the jobYou’ll need to pay extra for a high-end printer, because it’s likely to have an LCD screen, which means you’ll have to adjust the size of the printed invitations depending on the size you want.
But you can still print invitations at a decent resolution with a printer that has plenty of pixels for high-quality printing.3.
Choose an ink colorYou may be able to get away with printing the invitations in black and white, but some invitations will also look better with a darker ink color.
Here are our favorite ink colors for printing high-def invitations.4.
Choose which invitations you want to printDigital invitations can be printed in a variety the color of your choice, so it’s always best to pick the best printer for each occasion.5.
Choose to print in full color or low-colorThe ink colors are the most important aspect when choosing the printer you want for your event, so you’ll want to check to see if there are any colors that work well together.
A digital printer is capable of printing a wide range of ink colors, so we’ve included some color choices to get you started.
We’ve also included a handy color comparison chart for you to compare the color options of a couple of popular printers.6.
Choose where the invitations will be placedThe last step is to decide where the invites will be printed.
We’ve included this handy chart to help you pick the perfect place for your invitations.7.
Select the right size for your invitationWhen printing your invitations, you can usually choose from a variety in size, but sometimes it’s important to choose the right one for your needs.
The right size is crucial when printing invitations for people who have very wide faces and people who are taller than average.
To see what your invitations should look like, check out our handy chart.8.
Choose your font sizeWe’ve written extensively about how to choose fonts for printing digital invitations, so here’s a look at some of the most popular fonts you’ll need when printing digital invites:Bold bold italic bold bold bold small italic small bold medium small medium bold large bold large small italicsSmall italicsMedium italicsLarge italics9.
Choose how the invitations should be foldedYou can either use a template or choose to print with an ink and paper combo.
If choosing to print on paper, it’s a good idea to get a template, which will allow you to print the invitations on different paper.
If printing ink on a template is the best option, you’ll also want to choose a font that matches the fonts of the template, so your invitations will look great on both paper and ink.10.
Choose whether the invitations are framed or framed with textThe format of your invitations has a huge impact on how well they’ll look and feel.
If your invitations are printed with an A4 paper-based template, the invitations can look a bit flimsy, so make sure to use a framed or flat template.