Order Samples: $0.50 per 1 Sheet
This is a great paper to add an elegant and classy look to invitations and announcements. It is also acid free for scrapbooking and archival purposes.
The cards can be optionally paired with the items below.
Pocket Invitation Cards
Have Us Print Your Design Files
We can print your design files with our printing service. We'll take care of all the alignment and cutting. The cost of printing includes the cost of the cardstock as well.
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I loved the quality of the paper. My wedding. invitations were beautiful and looked really professional.
Paper for daughter's wedding
Excellent! Want to compliment you on how you package and ship items. Always done professionally so products do not come damaged. Prompt service also.
Great for Wedding Invitations!
Used this paper for my wedding invitations, and I couldn't be happier. I am going to place another order to use for my programs!
Natural cream linen cardstock80# and A9 envelopes
I am so pleased with not only the great quality of this product but also the terrific service from paperandmore!! I have been looking for a good quality but relatively inexpensive cardstock and envelopes for ages. Stumbled on your site when doing a search, ordered samples and was thrilled that I finally found what I wanted!! Needless to say I will be recommending this company to friends who are looking for supplies.
Paper nice but issues with commercial printer
The paper was really nice and gave my wedding invitations a nice polished look. We are very pleased with the quality of the paper and the competitive pricing. Only one issue that came up is that we used a photo on our invitations and the commercial printer we normally go to was not able to get a crisp image printed on the linen paper well with the laser. I had to go to a smaller local printer that had a different machine to get the picture to print clearly. Unfortunately, the price was a little more to print at this printer. Overall, good product though...I just would have picked a different paper had I known it would not print images well on commercial laser printers.