Post # 1
Hello! I’m new here. I looked around everywhere for this answer but I couldn’t seem to find it anywhere.
I am getting ready to order my wedding invitations from Catprint. I’d like to have them printed on the heavy linen cardstock, but in an effort to save some money I was wondering if it’s okay if I print the reply cards on the light cardstock? Do you guys think they will look odd and mismatched? I mean, I know the difference in cost for me to just print the reply cards on the linen cardstock isn’t THAT much… but if nobody is going to notice the difference then I might as well, ya know? I appreciate all of your input. 🙂
Another catprint question… how’s the quality of their envelopes? do you think I’d be better off buying them from envelopemall.com or are they nice enough?
Post # 3
no one will notice, save the money!
Post # 5
@tampalove35: I feel like I wouldn’t notice either, lol. I just don’t want them to look cheap. I guess I shouldn’t worry about it anyway.
Post # 6
@tampalove35: +1 I definitely would not notice!
Post # 7
That sounds like a good plan. I might notice, but wouldn’t care, and if anything would think it was smart (financially and environmentally) to make the piece that nobody keeps anyway on thinner paper.
Post # 8
Definitely do it. I’m getting our invitation letterpressed on really thick paper and our reply card and accomodations card are in the shimmer cardstock from Catprint. Sure you can tell that they are different, but I think it looks fine.
A lot of the letterpressers even suggest mixing to save money.