Posted February 03, 2018 04:07:20If you’ve ever wanted to print invitations for your next big wedding, you may want to reconsider.
A new study by the Pew Research Center shows that a majority of Americans now prefer to print them, at least according to the invitations they received.
And many of those invitations are also more than likely to be personalized with personal information, like names and birthdays.
A survey of 1,100 Americans, conducted March 18-19, shows that 73% said they would print invitations, and nearly three-quarters said they were willing to share the details with others.
That is higher than the 78% who said they’d print them online.
This year, the Pew survey also found that more than half of Americans said they’ve printed their own wedding invitations and that nearly one in five said they had printed a wedding invitation that was personalized.
And almost a quarter said they printed personalized invitations.
There are plenty of ways to print wedding invitations, especially if you want to create a personalized, one-of-a-kind look.
You can choose a printing service that specializes in personalized wedding invitations.
There are a number of print-and-play options available, such as the digital wedding planner MyFruit and the printed wedding invitations for sale on Amazon.