Post # 1
Has anyone used Cards & Pockets for printing? I’ve ordered paper and envelopes from them, but I just noticed their printing prices are a lot cheaper than Staples/Kinkos/etc.
If you’ve used them, how is their printing quality?
Post # 3
@kitzy: I used them for my DIY invites- the review is under “Vendor Reviews” on my site
Post # 5
I used them to print my invites and inserts, and I loved them! Great quality and great service!
Post # 6
I haven’t personally used them, but when I ordered samples from them they included a sample pocketfold invitation set and sample prices from their print shop. I was really impressed with how they look.
I ordered some of the paper they used to try to see what I can create on my own, but if my laser printer doesn’t give comparable results, I will be using them for my printing.
Post # 7
@BrooklynBride10: Can I ask you how much it cost you to have Cards & Pockets print your invitations and inserts? I’m looking for any guidance you can give… I’m trying to decide between printing myself vs emailing PDFs to C&P vs having a graphic designer do my invites from start to finish… it’s really hard to get an idea on C&Ps printig costs, because they require the full PDFs to give you a quote. I don’t want to buy the PDF files from the designer until I am sure what I want to do….. thank you for your help!
Post # 8
i used them for my invites, inserts, envelope liners, and thank yous — everything came out awesome! it was also a lot cheaper than taking it to kinkos and the results were a lot better than i could do on my home printer.
@MrsShamrock: here’s how they do pricing — you should be able to get a range:
5×7 invitation, color .49; full bleed .05; double sided printing (color) .19
3×5 insert (RSVP), color .39; full bleed .05; double sided printing (color) .19
the liners are a little trickier. you have to order by the pack at $11.25 for 25; plus $10 flat fee to use your custom design; .30 to mount