(Closed) Vistaprint vs Kinko’s?

posted 8 years ago in DIY
Post # 3
2083 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

I used Kinko’s to do my invitation printing and they turned out beautifully. The people were very very helpful and knew that they were wedding invitations so not to screw them up lol. I also had them cut them down to size and everything and they turned out perfect. I used colored ink so it was a tad more expensive than B&W but of course that is the same everywhere. For how beautiful they turned out I would say the price was really good.

Post # 4
4 posts
  • Wedding: December 2010

i’m going to do the same thing and find an artist on Etsy via Alchemy. Good luck!!!

Post # 5
28 posts
  • Wedding: June 2010

I’ve used vistaprint to do our STD’s, thank you cards, and also the rehearsal dinner invitations (made them using their wedding invitation or notecard templates). I really liked the overall quality of them, though the only thing that I would comment on is that the paper quality isn’t the best. In my opinion, it’s quite thin and flimsey. I’m not sure if you can get better quality paper through them. However, you can’t beat the price. If you sign up for their e-mails (use an alternate e-mail address because they send you almost daily e-mails) you can often get them for free (just pay shipping) and get about 10 invitations at once. So in a typical order I got an order of thank you notes (10), an order of invitations (10), and usually a tote bag for the price of shipping ($4 – 6) and just make several transactions since they save your design. I’m not sure if you can put the guest address right on the envelopes, but I know you can put a return address on them for a little extra money (haven’t tried this yet). Hope this helps!

Post # 6
2767 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

I’ve used Vistaprint for their glossy postcards and glossy oversized postcards.  I think they always turn out great!  I don’t know what their printed quality would be like on their linen paper or matte paper.  Did you know you can request a folder from them of paper samples?  I did awhile back at least.  The linen paper does look nice from them but I know it also costs a lot more to print compared to their standard postcards.

Post # 8
1455 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

If you check out my blog (link in profile) and click the tag “printed materials” and you’ll see LOTS of examples of Vistaprint paper, printing, etc!

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