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Free Printable Wedding Invitations

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Making your own wedding invitations can save you a lot of money.

But it can also bring a whole load of stress; printers getting jammed, glue stains, tying 100+ bows the same way.

And the worst stress of all - you end up hating them.

One way to stop all that is to use free printables, I have a few that you can use around the site which I will link to below and also others that I have found that are available online.

Top 5 Tips For Printing Your Invites

  1. Make sure your printer can cope with printing the number of invites you need.
  2. Make sure your printer can print on the type of card you want to use for your invites.
  3. Calculate how much your invites will cost you to print against using a professional printer. You can take your design into a print store and they will print it for you.
  4. If you don't have high patience levels, don't have a very intricate design.
  5. Keep your postage and printing costs down by having smaller invitations.

Free Printable Wedding Invitations

Click on the images and you will see the pdf of the invite ready for you to use.

Great Resources For Free Wedding Printables

There are lots of great wedding sites where you can find free printables and tutorials on how to create the look yourself.

Here are my favorites;

  • Best Printable Invitations - I had the pleasure of meeting Julie recently who designs the invitations and she kindly designed a few especially for you. These are the first three invites at the top of this page. There are many more on her site too.
  • Wedding Chicks - there are a lot of freebies here, from save the dates, invitations, guest books - just loads, well worth a look.
  • PicMonkey - this is an online image editor. You can use it to add extras to your printable invites or even design your own from scratch. Check out my tutorial on how to create your own invite on PicMonkey.

DIY Tips To Reduce Your Invitation Stress

  1. Go with as simple design as possible
  2. Use glue dots to secure embellishments rather than glue as that gets messy!
  3. Make sure your finished invite fits easily into your envelopes - don't go mad with lots of extras.
  4. Get a group of friends together to help you put all of your invitations together. You could have someone on tying the ribbons, maybe even a couple writing them for you.
  5. Start making your invitations early - do not leave this to the last minute.

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