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Crickets. That’s what you hear when you don’t plan well enough for your event. Nobody likes an empty dance floor or a function hall. So, whether you’re promoting a concert, opening a new club, or hosting a fundraiser, it’s always a good idea to promote, promote, and promote.Club flyers can help you spread the word about your affair. They are versatile canvases that you can design to help you bring in a full house. Party flyers can turn passersby into a captive audience that’s willing to listen, spend, and party with you.
Best of all, you don’t need to spend a good chunk of your marketing budget to drive publicity. For as few as 25 pieces, you can create buzz for your event and have people lining up at your doorstep.
Club flyers are also easy to distribute. Hand them out as invitations or ticket passes in areas where there’s a lot of foot traffic. With these marketing tools, you can reach more people at half the time and effort.
Which Stock Should I Get for My Club Flyers?
What message do you want to convey with your club flyers? That should be your guideline in choosing cardstock thickness.
We have three cardstock options that will help you stay on brand and in the minds of people:
Hefty but economical - The 14pt. cardstock is the go-to option when you want to print on something substantial but not heavy. This cardstock gives you the most bang for your buck, but more importantly, it’s very durable. Fold it, shove it in your pocket, or stash in your backpack—this cardstock will not rip apart easily.
Luxurious and professional - Thicker than the 14pt., the 16pt. cardstockoffers better durability. This cardstock also gives off an air of luxury, perfect for upscale events. The added firmness also exudes professionalism—great when you’re hosting an event for business partners and potential clients.
Natural and elegant - Designed to be seen and felt, the 17pt. cardstock is the thickest one that we offer for flyers. It has a beautiful textured and uncoated surface that can be written on. Take note that with a thick stock like this one, more ink gets absorbed, which can make images look fuzzy. Nonetheless, it’s a great stock to use for flyers with minimalist artwork.
Create Club Flyers in Minutes
What makes an effective club flyer? A stunning design is a good start, but there are other elements that you need to include in order to make your club flyers an effective marketing tool.
- Create a clear focal point. It’s tempting to fill your flyers with big and busy artwork. But doing so can bury important information. Instead, choose a focal point for your design. It’s the first thing that people will notice when they look at your flyers. It could be your logo or a big bolded headline—anything that allows people’s eyes to focus.
- Stir the imagination with color. Create more impact by adding a splash of color to your artwork. Whether you want to communicate warmth or professionalism, you can easily do so by working with the right hues. Use your brand colors to remain cohesive in all your marketing. Or, if color is not part of your plan, black and white artwork can also make a huge impact.
- Tell what your audence needs to know. Identify the pieces of information that you need to include in your copy. Not everything will make it to the final design, but it’s good to have an idea of what’s necessarily and whait’s nice to add when there’s extra space for it.
- Engage people with a call to action. Club flyers serve as an advertisement for your event. Aside from the who, what, and where, you also need to include the action you want your customers to take. It could be as simple as attending the event itself or inviting other people to join.
Club Flyers Q&A
What’s the difference between the gloss and high gloss UV coatings?
The gloss coating adds shine to your club flyer design. It makes the colors more vibrant and the cardstock resistant to dust. The high gloss UV coating is shinier and more reflective. It adds a layer of protection to the cardstock, making it resistant to dust and water.
Can I add a gloss finish to the 17 pt. cardstock?
The 17pt. cardstock is offered as an uncoated option only. This allows the beautiful texture of the cardstock to be noticed. If you want a durable cardstock that’s similar to a 17pt., we recommend printing on a 16pt. cardstock, which can be coated with a matte or gloss finish.
How many flyers can fit in one bundle or shrink wrap?
Bundling your flyers allows you to count them as a set instead of pieces. The number of flyers in a shrink wrap bundle depends on you. You can have as few as 25 pieces or as many as 250 in one set.
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