Invitation printing. Choose a template from our range of designs to easily create your invitations.
Invitation are ideal for any business, promotion or event, wedding, christening and birthday parties.
Here are some tips for working on our templates.
Click or Tap the cog to see more option. Change the text size, font and colour. Upload logos and photos or choose image from our library.
Getting colours the same
To change a colour you click or tap in the colour edit box to bring up the colour selection palette. You will notice that in the edit box a code appears. This is the colour code for the currently chosen colour. To set the colour of another element to be exactly the same simply copy and paste the colour code.
Social Media Icons
Social media icons for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, LinkedIn, Pinterest, etc can be added to single line text fields. The following codes inserted into your text will be replaced with the coresponding social media icons:
- [twitter] [TwitterWhite]
- [YouTube] [YouTubeIcon]
- [Pinterest] [PinterestWhite]
If there is no suitable fields to add your social media information on the template you like, let us know and we will add them in or create a variation of the template to suit your needs.
There are other icon and we will add more if you ask.
Try [smile] [sad] [happy] [wink] [football] [football-6] [blue-tick] [black-tick].
Paper weight (gsm)Usually the greater the paper weight the thicker and more rigid the paper will be. Standard photo copy paper is about 80gsm and a quality business card is 300 to 400 gsm.
A paper weight over 130gsm (thin card) is classed as paperboard. 250gsm is a medium card.
Matt or Gloss paperThis is the finish of the paper.
Gloss paper is smooth, shiny and reflective. While matt has some texture to it and dose not produce any shine.
GlossyGloss is favored when you would like the best reproduction of colours. If you have lots of bright and vibrant colours in your design then glossy will show them off to best effect.
MattMatt is usually preferred when printing larger items like poster that may be displayed under lights. This eliminates any glare. Since invitations are small and viewed while holding them is comes down to personal preference.
Invitations are printed either A5, DL, A6, A7, 210mm square, 148mm square or 105mm square depending on the design. The design description may state what size it will be printed.
A5 is half the size of A4 which is you normal copy paper size. It will be 148x210mm.
DL is a common invite and flyer size. It is 1/3 the size of A4 and fits into the common envelope size DLE. This is great if you want to post out your invitations without folding them to fit into envelopes. The size will be 99x210mm.
A6 is half the size of A5. A6 invites will be 105x148mm.
A7 is half the size of A6 and is 75x105mm.