Post # 1
I thought I had posted this yesterday, but I didn’t see it!
I wanted to use RSVP postcards, but I will need to mail merge them so that I can print them on the back. I wanted to know if anyone had any luck printing on postcards. I would get them non-glossy on the back, but I wanted to know whether the average mail-order postcards are too thick for a regular inkjet printer–or any other words of advice?
Post # 3
Are you planning to use regular postcard size? If so we order our save the dates from http://www.nextdayflyers.com/printing/
It was very easy, they turned out great, and best of all super reasonable! I think we got close to 200 cards for like $30ish. Unbeatable!
Post # 4
Yeah…i would use regular postcard size. I need to customize the back with different RSVP dates and guests’ names, so I want to get them printed from a postcard company so that the front will be glossy, etc. But the back needs to be printed by me. Sorry if that was unclear!
Post # 5
I used a photoprinter to print on the back so that even if they were glossy I could still print on them. Also, the photoprinters tend to accept thicker cardstock easily. Mine turned out PERFECT with no smearing or smudging! (I ordered special ones from moo.com)