Do you want your kids' party to be a day to remember? Surprise your guests and kids and make them excited with SmallFoot Invitations about the birthday party before it even begins!
SmallFoot Invitations include:
Our invitations are ready-made for personalization with your birthday details. You will get pdf or JPG file(s) formatted and print-ready at home or professionally at stores such as Walgreens, Walmart, Kmart, Staples, etc. Alternatively, just send an e-invite, by e-mail, Viber, etc.
- Size (inches): 5x7
- Quality: High Print 300dpi
- Print File: PDF or JPG
If you looking for a different design with your personalization details you can request a custom order.
- An at-home color printer.
- Office supply stores like Staples or FedEx.
- Online printing shops like vistaprint.com or shutterfly.com
- A local, professional printing shop.
PRINTING AT HOME ( DIY ) Get some samples and do a few tests to see what size and type of paper are going to give you the best results on the printer that you’re using. Some papers may be too thick for your home printer. A design might look better on one paper over another. Review your printer’s settings to look for options related to print quality. Experiment to see what looks best. Make sure you have extra ink cartridges, paper, and envelopes so that you don’t run out mid-stream. If you’re using an inkjet printer, make sure to dry prints before you start with cutting.
PRINTING IN LOCAL COPY / PRINT STORE ( PROFESIONAL ) Search for printers who can provide digital printing. Offset printing can also be an option but more costly. Quality is excellent, but with that comes and higher cost. Find out about paper options. What’s their paper selection like? Can you provide your own paper, and if so, what kinds of paper (weight and size) can they manage? Ask about cutting; it may or may not be included. Cutting the cards yourself can be additional savings.
PRINTING IN ONLINE ( PROFESIONAL ) Online printing vendors are a slightly better option, as it offers slightly higher quality than home printers and office supply stores. The prices are relatively low, and there’s no need for cutting or assembly. Plus, online printing shops offer more features, like printing double-sided invitations.
PRINTING IN OFFICE SUPPLY STORES ( PROFESSIONAL ) If you’re going to the office supply store route, save your files to a USB drive and head to the nearest FedEx, Kinkos, Staples, etc. There you’ll be able to pick out your desired paper, as well as review a sample before printing the entire batch. You can either cut out the prints by yourself, or the sales associate can do it for you for a minimal fee.