While letterpress wedding invitations and hand-lettered save-the-dates are undeniably elegant, invitation suites can get expensive—fast. Who knew paper and printing could be so pricey? If you’re on the hunt for a budget-friendly alternative (and aren’t afraid of a little DIY work!), there is another option: printing your invitations at home. Far from a test of your ClipArt skills, these invitations are designed by stationers and graphic designers, then delivered to you as downloadable .JPG or .PDF files that you can either print in the comfort of your home or hand off to the local print shop. For a fraction of the cost of a custom invitation suite and printing services, you can get a semicustom invitation that fits your wedding to a T. We’ve talked to a few of our fave online stationers to get their tips for making this process pain free. Here are 14 steps you must follow for an enjoyable print-at-home experience.