Something very important to consider before buying your invitation is the shipping cost. Think about the size, weight, and if the invitation is flat. A small lump or hard objects on your invitation and an additional 16 percent. If you do not receive the invitation through the feeder, do it by hand. It was just a little bent, or node and it adds up very quickly. Therefore, you may want to use a flat jewelry. Thinking of doing something with the cord or the use of paper and make a flat pocket instead of adding rhinestone or button. I suggest you go to the post office with your invitation and have it checked before sending. You do not want to risk further invitation not everything goes, they can take a beating pretty bad.
It is also very easy to print your own. A little tip… do not separate cards – small stock before printing. If you’re not good with computers, and need a little help you can take your invitation to a place like Office Max to get it printed and formatted for you. The price is reasonable and does not change, it is not about you. They will pay to replace them, unless they change. Beware of laser printers and card – action. If the paper feels slippery, it is likely that you will have to use an inkjet printer. A laser printer will smear soon.