Get close up and personal with 16 captivating colors from the Stardream paper line. Close up pictures of each color with a brief description will help making your selection easier than ever. Decide which ones you love, then get creative!
Many of our customers are interested in cutting their own paper for DIY invitations or other paper crafts, but aren't sure which type of cutting tool is best for the job. In this post, find all you need to know about choosing the best paper cutter for your project. Learn about the five main styles, how they work, and what they're best suited for.
Postage and mailing are important factors to consider when it comes to wedding invitations, so before you run off to the post office, be sure to read our wedding invitation mailing tips. They may just save you time, money, and frustration, and above all else, get your invitations to your guests' mailboxes on time and in great shape!
Are you interested in printing your own wedding invitations but unsure if you have the tools, the creativity, or the experience to make tasteful invitations worthy of your big day? You've heard about the money people have saved and the personality they've injected into their invitations. You might have heard that the process of making custom invitations can actually be fun! Instead of wondering if you have what it takes, try our a checklist. See how many of the following questions you can answer with Yes! If you find yourself gaining confidence with each successive question, you're a perfect candidate for DIY wedding invitations!
Our collection of wedding invitation cards to get your inspiration rolling! Armed with a paper trimmer and your favorite adhesive, there are endless possibilities to unleash your creativity. You can easily modify any of these designs to work as a folder, pocketfold or petal pochette. With our vast selection of ribbon, bows and other embellishments, the creativity should flow endlessly.
Have you ever received a wedding invitation in the mail and wondered; What’s the deal with these little pieces of tissue paper?
Those tissues you might have seen are traditional wedding tissue and they do more than prevent smudging.
We are not all professional calligraphers, but that does not mean we shouldn't address our own wedding envelopes. Finding the right pen, can and does make a difference. Which pen works the best for you? Is it a Ball Point, Gel Pen or Calligraphy Marker? You decide.
Do you know how paper is made? If you are like most, you are probably aware that machinery, water, and of course trees are involved, but that may be the extent of your paper making knowledge. Recognizing that this was the limited extent of mine, I went out in pursuit of more information.