Post # 1
Has anyone used Shutterfly for their save the dates? I found some that I like that are only 44 cents each, and I have a $20 gift card as well so it’d be a great deal. The only thing I’m worried about is the quality- these would be photocards, so they’re not printed on cardstock. I’m afraid they would be too flimsy-looking, lol. Any thoughts?
Post # 3
I used Snapfish for our save the dates, and they were on photo paper as well. I thought they were pretty nice and I’d do it over again (although maybe with another company). We just got Shutterfly’s card stock Christmas cards and while the paper quality is really nice, the photo quality is not so great on that paper. So I’d say if you want a photo save the date from a company like that, you need to do the photo paper. And I doubt it will be too flimsy, because save the dates can be anything from banners to magnets to photos.
PS – I have some prints from Shutterfly and I like their quality over Snapfish by far, they do a good job.