Post # 1
I’m wanting to creat our RSVP postcards on Vistaprint. I saw examples online how brides are making them actually look like they are for a “wedding”. But when I search on Vista Print I don’t see any options for that. I see where you can upload your own design but I’d have no idea how to even start that process. So brides that have done this on Vista Print how did you make them work for your wedding rsvp postcards?
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Post # 4
Thanks! But are those RSVP cards or postcards ? I need the postcards, to save on shipping costs 🙂
Post # 5
Have you tried starting here?
You can design your own completely, upload your own photos and add text, or use one of their pre-made postcard layouts. (And you know you’re looking at the postcard layouts when you click on “back side” and you see the address and stamp area…) I played around with these designs alot before we decided to order STD magnets. LOL
Is this more like what you were looking for?
Post # 6
FIs cousin did ours, and we uploaded the pictures (be aware of the extra $5 charge per image). She did them in Adobe Illustrator. There are very often groupons, and I used one for ours, which worked great for me. I also opted to use the 100lb matte paper. I read a lot of reviews and I was kinda concerned, but I think the paper quality is great. Here’s a crappy cell phone picture 🙂
Post # 7
Yeah, that is where I started but I am confused on how to get the one half side to have the rsvp stuff, like with lines or circles so the guests can check the box of they are coming or not. Or to fill in the blank on how many guests are coming.
Post # 8
I did mine in Power Point. I designed half of it with our blurb of info and the other half with our address.
I uploaded our front (which was one of our e-photos) and then I did another upload which was the back that had all our info.
If you send me a PM, I can send you my template and you can tweak it and then upload it to Vista Print yourself!
Post # 9
You can choose to create your own RSVP card on a blank postcard format- to do this, choose “create your own design” and upload a file that you created in Word, Illustrator, Powerpoint, etc. If you need help creating this, PM me or there are tons of forums about it.
If you want to use a ready-made design, go to the link below and pick one you like. You cannot make the back of these into a postcard, however, so you’d have to do that by hand at home.