Looking for ways to make your print unique? Personalisation is a simple and cost-effective way to ensure your visuals are more tailored. Whether it’s Wedding Invitations, Greeting Cards or customised Envelopes, mastering the art of personalisation can help you create striking designs with very little effort.
Read on as we break down the steps required to turn you into a personalisation pro!
How to add personalisation
We offer two ways to personalise your print, so you can choose the route that best suits you! Once you’ve selected all the exciting product details (like size, paper and special finishes), you can choose to upload your artwork using…
- Artwork that contains names
- Artwork and data file
Artwork contains names
You should select this option if you have already merged names or addresses within your artwork and are ready to upload your finished PDF. As these details are added in manually on your side, this option will work best if you only have a few personalised prints to order.
When your design is double-sided, please arrange your pages as follows: Page 1 Front, Page 2 Back. If the back of your design is the same for all versions (non-personalised), we ask that you still include a back page for every front.
Artwork and data file
If you’re not confident merging your names with your artwork (or it’s simply too time-consuming), you can upload your artwork with placeholder text in the font and position you want, alongside a .CSV file. Our team will take your files and personalise your prints for you!
Follow these simple steps to help the team…
- Replace any variable text (e.g. names) in your artwork with [personalise here].
- Create a spreadsheet with all of your variable names in one column.
- Make sure you spell and capitalise all of your names correctly.
- Save your spreadsheet as a .CSV file.
- Upload your PDF and .CSV file with your order.
Tip: Make sure that your variable text is in the correct font, point size and the colour is set to CMYK. Please don’t outline or embed the fonts on your PDF file, as this makes it harder for our artwork team to edit.
Still need help? Don’t hesitate to get in touch with the team via email, chat or phone and we’ll be happy to help.