Wedding Invitation Cards, Print By You
- Blank Cards
- 2up & 4up Invitations
- Z Folds
- Recycled Blank Cards
- A7 Cards - 5 1/8 x 7
- A1 Cards - 3 1/2 x 4 7/8
- Textured Blank Cards
- Blank Cards By Type
- Bi Folds
- Chromolux Gloss
- Book Fold
- Digital Baronials
- Foil Border
- Gate Folds
- Vice Versa Textures
- Round Corner
- Z Folds
- RSVP Postcards
- On Sale
- Blank Cards By Size
- Invitations By Event
Quick, easy, and convenient, our multiple-up blank cards are perfect for personal and corporate events alike. Choose from several sizes and designs and a timeless, neutral color palette.
Cool and contemporary, our z-fold, or tri-fold invitation cards come in several shapes and sizes and dozens of colors. Use for modern invites, programs, brochures, and more.
Our recycled cards are offered in sizes large and small, colors classic and contemporary, and recycled content 30% to 100%, so you won't feel restricted choosing a card for your next eco-chic invitation design.
Not too big, not too small, 5 1/8 x 7 A7 printable blank cards are a top choice for invitations of all occasions. Choose from a collection of the hottest colors, textures, finishes, and formats.
A popular size for reply cards, invitation insert cards, thank yous, and more, we offer a huge selection of pre-cut, pre-scored 3 1/2 x 4 7/8 A1 blank cards to complement your invitation ensemble.
Add a tactile element to your design with our embossed textured blank cards. Choose from an extensive collection of distinguished, must-touch textures including wood grain, felt, and linen.
What envelope size fits an 8 1/2 x 11 sheet folded in half?
An 8 1/2 x 11 folded in half measures 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 (an A9 folder). Our A9 - 5 3/4 x 8 3/4 envelopes are the proper fit.
Can you recommend a thick card stock for printing greeting cards on an inkjet printer?
For a matte finish card stock we would recommend the LCI Brand blank cards which will range in weight from 65lb / 176gsm to 120lb / 325gsm card stock. Our recommendation would be the 100lb or 270gsm weight which is suitable for most home inkjet or laser printers. To best decide, order samples of each of the weights and test through your printer.
What do the terms debossed and embossed mean?
In several of our item descriptions, you will notice the words debossed and embossed. For example, many of our cards feature embossed designs and borders, or debossed panels. Where the words debossed and embossed are so similar, many people find themselves confused by their meanings, and may wonder exactly what their invitation cards will look and feel like.
Embossed Stated simply, embossed means that the card features a design, pattern, or border that is slightly raised. Essentially, when you run your hand over a card with an embossed design, it will not feel flat to the touch, as the raised design will be apparent.
Debossed Conversely, a debossed design is one that sits slightly lower than the rest of the card. Cards with debossment do not feel flat to the touch either, as you are able to feel the dip of the design into the card. For example, all of the blank panel cards we carry feature a debossed panel that sits slightly lower in the center of the card. The debossed panel creates a subtle, elegant frame for your invitation wording.
Are your folded cards pre-scored?
Yes all of our folded blank cards are pre-scored. Blank cards are delivered flat, and open for printing and pre-scored for easy folding afterwards.
Can you recommend a textured white blank card for wedding invitations?
We have four different brands of textured blank cards for wedding invitations, all available in bright and soft whites:
- Gmund Colors Blank Cards - A subtle toothy texture similar to an eggshell. Try wedding white and lac smooth.
- LCI Linen Blank Cards - A traditional, subtle linen finish available in bright arctic white and soft natural white.
- Gmund Vice Versa Blank Cards - These cards feature a prominent ribbed texture. Try albus, wedding white, or lac.
- Gmund Savanna Wood Grain Blank Cards - Featuring an exotic and defined wood grain texture available in Limba, a bright white.