Cool Martinis Invitation
Raise your glass in festive style this holiday season with this chic card. Perfect for family reunion invitations, holiday open house party invitations and many other social invitations. It features a two glasses on top of a decorated brown surface with a Christmas decoration hanging from one end off the glass. One of the most popular cocktails of all time, the martini, has made a comeback in recent years. Once the favorite of businessmen with expense accounts, almost no one indulges in a three-martini lunch today. However, the martini is back in fashion now with new twists on an old cocktail favorite. Trendy flavors include the appletini, the chocolatini and other exotic variations. This year, why not enjoy a new holiday custom and host a martini theme party?
Card size: 5.50" x 8.50", paper thickness: premium quality 110 lb. crème card stock
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Digital print output quality is outstanding, with an emphasis on rich, vibrant color and unsurpassed detail with crisp, clean text.
This means you get the best print quality for graphics, text and photographs. With this exclusive design, we offer premium quality print output since this order is always printed on-demand.
The use of a laser printer is not recommended due to the heat process involved, which tends to interfere and distort the image of your customized finish digital print-out.| Inkjet Printable: No (?)
Traditional inkjet printer may have difficulties to properly self-feed and tends to smear the ink due to heavy card stock involved.