Post # 1
It seems like lots of people are doing (or planning to do) photo upload cards for their guests to share their digital photos of the day. Just curious, for brides that have done this already how many people actually shared photos? Was it worth the time/effort/money?
Post # 3
We’re doing them, but since I expected not many guests would take part, I didn’t want to spend too much. I used a business card template and created them in MS Word and printed them on card stock, then used a paper cutter to cut them to size. It only took me about 45 minutes for the project and cost me very little.
Post # 4
I did it, and it was definitely worth it. Some of my favorite pictures from the wedding were captured by my guests. I had a small destination wedding and all my guests uploaded their pictures within a week from returning home. I goccoed my cards and I sent one reminder email after the wedding to load them up too.
Post # 5
i was thinking of including it with the thank you cards. is that tacky? to ask for something while saying thankyou?
Post # 6
We’re doing them as well. I actually haven’t even thought about the response rate for this, but I figure it’s a pretty inexpensive and quick project so it’s worth the effort. 🙂
Post # 7
I’m doing them. I got business cards on VistaPrint for free ($5.45 shipping) so they did all the printing for me. I’m putting them in the invitations (so people bring their cameras) and on the tables. I’m hoping we get a good response, my photo package kind of sucks.