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FAQ

Can I make my template smaller?

printing resize tips

Can I make my template smaller?

You can make all of your templates smaller, but some (like pocketfolder templates) you shouldn't or the design won't line up anymore. But you can make table numbers, menus, place cards, etc., smaller just by changing your printer settings below!  

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My Printer Asked for a Print Release Form

Print Release Print Shops

We made these templates primarily to print at home, but you're certainly welcome to have them printed for you. Here is more info about what types of printers will be able to use our files: Quick Print Shops Some print shop will request a Print Release Form in order to print these for you. You can download it here: Printer Release Form

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Where do I find Pocketfolders & Envelopes?

5x7 Pockets Paper Suppliers Pocket Sets

Yay! You've downloaded & printed your templates, now you need pocketfolders to put them in? Here is a list of our favorite pocketfolder & envelope suppliers that carry pocketfolders to fit our pocket template sets. 5x7 Pocket Sets: Paper & More (5 x 7 Himalaya Size) Cards & Pockets (Signature 5x7) Pocketfold Invites (Debut 130mmx185mm) - UK 6x6 Pocket Sets: Paper & More (6 1/4" Himalaya Pocket Invitation Cards)

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How much cardstock do I need to buy for your 5 x 7 pocket sets?

5x7 Pockets cardstock

If you're wondering how much cardstock you need to purchase for your pocket sets, this will give you an idea of how to do the math: First, make sure you actually need the number of invitations you think you need. Don’t go by the number of guests as many will be couples/families, and will only need one invitation (You might have 200 guests attending and only need 100 invitations). Then, here is how the pocket sets are set up per page: Invite: 2-per-page Enc1: 2-per-page Enc2: 2-per-page Enc3: 4-per-page Enc4: 4-per-page So, for example, for 150 invitations, you would need approximately:...

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What type of cardstock or paper should I buy?

cardstock home-printing paper

80lb cardstock is usually a safe bet for most home printers, and is pretty sturdy. Inkjet printers tend to take a bit heavier stock than laser printers, but make sure and check your printer's manual to see what paper weight they recommend. If you try to use heavier than what your printer can handle, you can wind up damaging your print heads. To be continued...

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