Creating DIY Wedding Invitations Has Never Been Easier

Trim and finish

If you’re thinking of creating your own DIY wedding invites there’s never been a better time or an easier process in doing so. We really feel like we’re changing the game when it comes to printable wedding and event templates. Our browser based designer app just makes it so easy!

In this post I’d like to show you the simple process of selecting a template from our shop and editing the template to make it yours using our web application. Before we get into that though, let’s first look at the Why?.

Why create and print your own wedding invitations?

There are many reasons you may want to create your own wedding invitations. For most people, it could be the money you’ll save by doing so. Paying a company to create and print your wedding invites can be expensive and it can even take quite a bit of time from start to finish. So saving money is a great reason in itself to create your own invitations.

Another reason may be the flexibility you have in creating your own invitations. You can play around with designs, fonts, and colors until you get something that’s perfect for your special day. You just don’t have this kind of flexibility when hiring someone else to create them.

A third reason may be just for the fun of it! DIY-ing is huge right now. It’s fun to do it yourself and it lets you tap into your creative side. If the rest of your wedding is being done DIY style then it just makes sense to create and print your own invitations, rsvp’s, menus, table placecards, etc.

The above a just three good reasons to create your own wedding invitations but there are a whole lot more!

Let’s see just how easy it is to create your own wedding invites using YouPrintEm

Now I’m going to walk you through the process of editing and printing your own wedding invites the YouPrintEm way (the easy way).

1. Find a great template that fits your wedding theme perfectly

First, you’d select a template from our shop:

Selecting your template from our shop

Just select your favorite template and go through the checkout process. Once you’ve completed checking out, you’ll see a link to access the designer application. Your template will already be waiting for you in the designer app. It’s ready to be customized for your special day!

Any time you purchase a template from YouPrintEm, that template will be added to your account and you’ll see all of your templates available to you in the application.

2. Navigate to the designer application

The designer application is located at

Start editing your template

3. Start editing your template

You can now begin editing your template. Make all the changes you want to the fonts, colors, text, background, etc. Everything is editable. You can also delete and move around text. We’ve made it very easy to make your template just right for you.

Edit your template

Don’t forget to save your work. You can save and come back to your template at any time. Your changes will be saved and your template will be waiting for you next time you want to come back and make changes.

4. Save and print!

Once you made all the changes you need to and your template is perfect, navigate to Download > Save as PDF. With this PDF, you have the option to print right at home or take the PDF file to your local printer and have them print your templates for you.

Save and print

5. Trim and finish

You’re almost done! Now just trim your template and send those invitations on their way. You can trim with plain old scissors, a ruler and exacto knife, or the best option is a paper cutter.

Trim and finish

That’s it! That’s all there is to creating your own DIY wedding invitations using YouPrintEm. We really feel like this is the easiest way to create professional looking invitations for a fraction of the cost.

Get started and find your perfect invitation templates in our shop.

  • Wilder Vanna

    Wow! I got something like this. Cool app. I got mine from FineFilterz.

  • Fred Voegtli

    I can’t edit the text in the templates. I’ve been working on and off on the templates for a month or so but now I can’t edit text, can only move it around.

    • This was a Chrome bug that was introduced in the latest Chrome version but it’s fixed now.

  • Kim

    Hi Im having a bit of a problem with a printable wine label I’m trying to upload to Templett. I saved these graphics as 300 dpi CMYK 8 bit because I read that’s what’s best for print. But when I upload it to templett the colors don’t show up correctly; the blue-green/teal colors look neon. And when I download them from Templett they still look neon. Do you know if they will print the correct colors? Or should I save the design under different settings?

    • There’s always going to be a slight difference between CMYK and RGB. There’s no getting around that. Maybe you should try saving it as RGB instead and see how it looks.

  • Hi guys! One of my customers wandering if there’s a way to “reset” the template to original version (made by me) after she made changes on it. Please, let me know if that is the option. Thanks in advance!

    • We don’t have the option available for customers but you are able to do it for them. There is a “revert” option that does this.

      • That would be enough, Travis! Thank you for your fast response!

  • kathy

    I am having trouble saving my work… I typed in all my address labels and now it won;t save… it just keeps spinning (the little blue wheel to show it is working) I even left it over night and it still hasn’t saved yet…. I don’t want to lose all my work…. any suggestions?

  • kelly

    I’m having issues moving my friends photo in the place of the pretty girl on the layout that I bought from etsy store November memories and she is not answering my questions, can you tell me how to get a small photo at the bottom , it keeps making it the whole back ground.