Post # 1
I was thinking about using them to make some rehearsal dinner invites – never used them before, but it looks like they are having an amazing sale (30 invites for under $20!!)
Anyone ever use them? Opinions?
Post # 3
I have used them before and I was not happy with the quality of there paper. You get what you pay for. If you sign up with them, they will send you emails for free stuff. I have been trying to get off of their mailing list for years. They spam me to death. They even spam my email accounts that I haven’t signed up with them through. I don’t have anything nice to say about them, but a lot of people on this site have used them and have been very happy with them.
Post # 4
I used them for printing desk calendars with custom photos and loved them. Don’t know about invites though.
Post # 5
I used them for my business cards. They are not printed on the greatest quality of paper. It bends easily but you can upgrade and get a “coating” on the cards. I forgot what they are called. But since you are using for rehearsal dinner, why not. I don’t see why spending the extra money to get formal invitations.
Post # 6
I have used them for several invitations over the years and been happy with the quality of their products. I am not using them for my wedding invitations but would definitely recommend them for your rehearsal dinner. I am pretty picky and found the quality to be very good especially considering the very reasonable price.
Post # 7
Thanks everyone for their input…..I am unsure if I feel like ordering them online or going to the store and purchasing some (which I did for my wedding invites and DIY’ed myself).
I have seen the business cards – my bridal salon actually uses them – and they are pretty thin and bendy.
Post # 8
I have used them several times. I’ve always been satisfied with their work.
Post # 9
i used them for our save the date magnets…. turned out good ! Service was wuick and affordable 🙂
Post # 10
I used vistaprint for our thank you cards. I thought they were great. Don’t expect the same quality you would get from places that specialize in invitations and stationary, since vistaprint specializes in printing in mass quantities. But I thought that our thank you cards were great. I think it’s definitely worth it to pay for the higher quality paper/cardstock and envelopes. And I paid extra to make sure there were no vistaprint logos anywhere.
Post # 11
My friend just used them for her wedding invites. She also used their business cards are her Jack n Jill tickets. I know that it is important to have them look nice but they just go in the trash afterwards! (or a scrap book) I think the quality is good enough if you don’t want to spend a fortune. My fiancee and I are paying for our whole wedding by ourselves… I have looked into Vistaprint too! Good luck! 🙂
Post # 12
we used them for our engagement party invites. it was casual, and the quality wasn’t amazing but for casual it was nice.
Post # 13
I used them for my wedding invites and they came out really nice. Got matching thank you cards, return labels and envelope seals…..i loved them.
Post # 14
- Wedding: May 2011 - Bartram's Garden
I used them for our Save-The-Date Cards because I had a free offer. They were fine – not top quality, but there was nothing wrong with them, either.
Post # 15
I used them for my sister’s baby shower invites, and my sister used them for my bridal shower invites. They were cute and served their purpose. I would use them for a rehearsal dinner invite- they would be good.
Post # 16
I was very happy with our oversized post card save the dates. I paid the $5 for the envelopes. They were thin, but served their purpose.
I did not even consider them for wedding invites though.
You might consider the oversized postcards for a Rehearsal Dinner though.