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Setting Up Your Files
We know that setting up your files can sometimes be confusing, so let us help!Request a Free Sample Pack
We recommend that you set up your files in CMYK color format. Learn more about CMYK in our blog post!
Dots Per Inch (DPI)
We recommend that you set up your files with a minimum of 300 DPI to ensure that your files print clearly without pixelation. Do you need more details about DPI? Learn more in our blog post!
We accept: JPEG, PDF, PNG, TIFF. All files should be flattened. Read our blog post to understand the differences between these file types.
All files should be sized proportionally to your print size to ensure that the prints are not stretched or skewed.
For example, if you are printing a 5"x7" full bleed invitation, your file should be 5.25"x7.25" with the bleed included. If you are printing a 5"x7" no bleed invitation, your file should be sized to 5"x7".
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