As each print service has different artwork specifications, it is a good idea to find the printer you'd like to use before purchasing templates to ensure they can accept the file types your templates will be saved as. Most print services will accept them, but it is best to plan ahead to avoid disappointment.
Downloading Your Templates
To download your files simply click the 'download' button and choose the desired file type; you are able to choose between PDF, JPEG or PNG files.
Printing at Home
If you are printing from home it is best to use the 'save paper' option. This will fit as many templates per page as possible to save paper. To do this click Download > PDF > Save paper. You will then be able to choose between A4 or US letter size. We also recommend using the 'show trim marks' tool, which will help to guide you when you trim your templates to size.
Printing Designs with Coloured Backgrounds
For templates with coloured backgrounds, these should be printed on to true white card for the best results. This is because the background colour will act as the card colour, and the white card will act as the white 'ink'.
Sending Invitations via Email
More and more couples are opting to send digital invitations. To do this, edit your template as normal and save it as a PDF. Simply insert the PDF into your email and send to your guests!
Other Print Techniques
If you intend to use our designs for print techniques such as hot foiling or letterpress please get in touch before placing an order as we will need to create your files for you. Before you get in touch you will need to ask your printer for the artwork specifications for the desired print technique. Please note that this service will incur an extra fee.