Step 5: Printing

Printing should be done with care and a thick paper should be selected for making your invitation stand out from standard designs. If you’ve decided to go with a two-sided invitation, make sure the ink isn’t flowing to the other side. The alignment should be proper as well. Before using the paper picked for printing, carry out few experiments with cheap paper.

After the process is complete, you’re DIY invitations would be ready for distribution. Give them out yourself wherever possible, and print the address on the envelope if a postal service is required.
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Thanks for sharing! These are very pretty!

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