Post # 1
can someone tell me where i can get cheap vintage postcards….need about 125 of them. Have been working with people on etsy but does not seem to be working.
I would like to use them for RSVP for the wedding….
Do not need to "bee" a certain theme…
Post # 4
I know i know but i am not a big ebay person……
thanks for the suggestion though
if all else fails i will be doing that.
Post # 5
If there will be a book fair near you this summer, they often have them there.
Post # 6
Check local antique shops–there is one in my parents’ city that has a few boxes of postcards, and they are pretty inexpensive.
Post # 7
I second the antique shop idea….though a lot of them are already written on. My MOH and I love spending a sunday looking through the fun and creepy things at antiques stores. One of our most prized posessions are a pair or postcards we found at a local antique store on two seperate trip who happen to be from the same woman to her boyfriend.
Post # 8
I think you can make/design your own postcards at Vista Print, and they are super-cheap. You could find some vintage pictures online, pick a few favourites and make your own. Personally I have never used Vista Print but I have heard very good things about them, I think a few of the Bees used them to make save-the-date postcards.
Come to think of it, the postcards might even be free, you’d only have to pay for shipping. They do offer a lot of free products.
Post # 9
I tried looking for vintage postcards and had the most luck looking at eBay under the terms "postcard lot," but I still didn’t find anything RSVP- appropriate. We ended up designing our own on Zazzle, and used this image and they turned out so beautiful! Zazzle does a great job.
Post # 10
thanks everyone…i think we are just going to make our own postcards for rsvps….we are going to have it blank on the front where we will ask each person/family draw a picture of a penquin (which they will later learn why at the weddinging) so they are actually deisgning their postcard to send back to us.
i hope it works 🙂 oh and i did find some cool postcards i think they are at http://www.hellotraveler.com