Post # 1
I’m wanting to get reviews from brides who have order Save the Date magnets through vistaprint. I have heard mixed reviews so I figured I’d ask people who have used them. Were they good quality, pictures turned out good, and also was postage any extra? Thanks!
Post # 3
I used Vistaprint to get magnets for my Save the Dates – I loved them! I thought they turned out great and were very prompt. I put a Christmas card and a magnet in each of my envelopes and the postage was not any more than a normal letter.
Post # 4
- Wedding: May 2014 - Muhlhauser Barn
I used VistaPrint to order ours… The originals didn’t turn out that great because I choose a font that didn’t end up printing well. VistaPrint allowed me to edit the design & sent me new magnets for free, with expedited shipping. I live their customer service & would definitely recommend them!
Post # 5
Sounds great. Thanks ladies!
Post # 6
@MrsN14: i used 123print.com and mine turned out fabulous! they also give you a discount if you sign up! and they were cheap!
Post # 7
I did vistaprint. They were high quality and a good price. I loved how quickly they came in too.
Post # 8
We ordered 100 magnets for our save the dates. No extra postage required. They came out great and everyone thought they looked very nice! I would recommend making your font a smidge bigger so it prints more clearly. My only complaint is that in about 50% of the magnets our faces printed out redder than the original picture, but it didnt bother me enough to contact vistaprint.
Post # 9
@MrsN14: We did save the date magnets from Vista Print. The first batch was very dark and miscolored. It made my FI’s skin look orange! They also weren’t cut very well, very scraggly on the bottom.
I complained and they sent me new ones for free. the new ones were not as dark but still darker than the picture on the computer.
Not sure if I would reccomend their service or not. They shouldn’t have had the image so dark to begin with.
Post # 10
Our vistaprint magnets came out great, maybe a tiny bit more blurry than when printed on paper. As PP mentioned, no extra postage needed than regular letter.