Software for Printing Invitations

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Software for Printing Invitations
Invitation software can help you create the perfect invitation for your event. (party invitation image by robert mobley from Fotolia.com)

A variety of software exists for printing invitations. It ranges from fast and fun programs for everyday use at home to professional software usable in conjunction with a printing press to produce high-quality invitations for weddings and other formal events.

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Desktop Publishing

Microsoft Word and Microsoft Publisher have a variety of free templates to print invitations from your word processor. You can print in color on plain white paper, or lay out the invitations in the software program and print on a variety of attractive papers and card stocks.

Crafter

Crafters will enjoy programs such as Printing Press and Printing Press Platinum for printing a wide variety of projects, including invitations. Each program comes with many illustrations, fonts and borders for highly-customized invitations you can create at home. Crafters can get add-on packs of fonts to expand their options.

Cardmaker

Popular cardmaking software programs from Hallmark and American Greetings also allow you to create and print attractive invitations on many papers and card stocks and include designs for all occasions. At American Greetings, you can go online to create and save projects for free.

Professional Invitation

Invitation Architect 2.0 Software and Printing Press Pro Extreme edition are two popular programs for printing invitations professionally in large quantities for formal occasions like weddings. Both programs allow invitation designers to customize all aspects of the invitation, including the envelope or other mailer.

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