Post # 1
What are the pros/cons of using Moos vs. Vistaprint? I’ve used Vistaprint plenty in the past, but have only heard of the Moos on Weddingbee. The only difference I can figure out is Vistaprint is cheaper, while Moos allow for multiple images per order… am I missing some other huge advantage to using the Moos? Fill me in!
Post # 3
I live on Vista Print. We ordered so much from them already for our Oct 2012 wedding. They always send us free items to order. So I am planning on ordering a bunch of those free photo book to place on the tables during the cocktail hour then gifting them to our parents after we are done. Also, we ordered our save the date post cards from them, they was free and we just pretty much paid for shipping. We also ordered the tears of joy which was the business cards with our info on them and I will be DIY the tears of joy adding tissues and cards into a envelop. I also ordered some Thank you cards to put on card holders as a easy way to say thank you to all the guest on the tables or around the venue. I also, believe I ordered a few large labels with our name and picture on it, don’t know what I will use it for but it was free. Finally, we ordered our new Wedding address labels with our new name to send out thank you cards after the wedding. All in all, I ordered a bunch of free stuff from Vista Print and just pay for shipping, I will figure out where they will go later, lol.
Post # 4
I think the fact Moos allows multiple images is the only real difference. They have better quality paper than Vistaprint’s default, but if you go up in quality on VP, then you’d probably have the same results.
I used Moo Cards, and my image was actually kinda smudged-looking. I wasn’t super happy with it. I feel like Vistaprint does a better job, but that’s based off of one Moo Card experience and several VP experiences.
Post # 5
@jo.lee: I’ve had the exact opposite experience, lol!
I’ve used Moo at least half a dozen times and loved the results. If you follow their guidelines you’re golden. Their paper quality is great, printing quality is perfect. When I’ve used Vistaprint I was beyond disappointed in both the printing quality and the paper quality. I returned it all and demanded a refund. Vistaprint is definitely cheaper, but I’d rather pay more for Moo products personally. Tons of bees on here have had great experiences with Vistaprint, but they weren’t for me.
Post # 6
I never heard of Moos so I need to check them out and see whats up 🙂
Post # 7
i’ve purchased from Moo and saw other people’s products ordered from Vista Print. I have to say that i love the paper and overall quality of Moo way more than that of Vista Print.
Post # 8
Never heard of Moo’s either, but I am a vista print wife all the way.
Save the dates post cards
Thank you cards
Post # 9
@clover32512: Banners?? Road signs?? Ahh, tell me more!
Post # 10
@clover32512: You are like my VP twin. I also ordered those items, lol.
Post # 11
I have no experience with VistaPrint, but I highly recommend Moo! I’ve printed so many things with them over the years, and they have always been in superb quality and delivered withtin the estimated timeframe.
I’m working on my STD postcards at the moment, which I will print with Moo.
Post # 12
I know loads of people who use Moo for business cards, and they look much more professional that VP. A friend said she finds VP have a lot of hidden charges too, but I have no experience of this. You also have to pay extra to have your design (as opposed to a premade one) whereas Moo it’s just one price.
Post # 13
I used Moos as inserts in our save the dates with our website on them. They are beautiful and the quality was amazing. I will be using them for a few more wedding related items. I liked vistaprint when I used them for our address labels, but the Moos really were easy, one price, and shipped quickly.
Post # 14
I ordered mini Moos for cards telling our guests to share pictures and where we’ll post the photobooth pictures. They turned out great! I love them! I’ve used vistaprint as well a lot, and both are great. If you’re wanting multiple pictures, then I’d do Moos. If you’re just doing one picture, then I’d go with Vistaprint because it’s probably cheaper.