I printed mine at home on cardstock on my inkjet printer and they look fantastic. If I could figure out how to post a picture, I would.
I got the template from aylee's website, and off I went.
For the ticket jacket I used pink cardstock that I folded in 3, and cut the corner of one to make it look more official. When closed up I tied them with ribbon. I also did a luggage tag on the front that said 'Ticket to Paradise, Kim & Shawn, January 21, 2015, Mayan Riviera, Mexico'
Man I want to post pics!!!
For our pre-travel letter I plan to get them printed at Staples as they are double sided and that seems much easier and more cost effective.
Hi everyone! I'm doing my own boarding pass invitations but I'm running accross a few issues. First, it seems like all the pictures I've seen of other DIY invitations look so professional. I'm wondering what kind of printer I should be using, is laser or inkjet better? Also, what kind of cardstock should I be using to make them look a little bit more professional? Any other tips to make them stand out a little more and so they don't look like a 5 year old's art project?
I'll try to attach some pictures tomorrow since it's kind of late today.
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