Post # 1
So I finally decided on doing postcard Save the Dates and I even designed my own using WeddingDNA images and clip art. And I love them (this surprises me as much as anyone else!) but now I need something to print them on to! Does anyone know where I can find cardstock postcards to print on to? I would love either silver or navy colors (as those are my wedding colors!). Any help would be much, much, much appreciated!!!!
Post # 3
No clue, but I’d love to get some for the response cards. You could always see about uploading them to vista print & ordering them there-100 post cards are free unless you add extra stuff.
Post # 4
there are several sources for cardstock. here are some:
Post # 5
When I was at Jo-Ann’s Fabrics two days ago, they had Postcard cardstock in their scrapbooking/paper area. It was labeled as being specifically for postcards. It was nice looking, the right heaviness, and while I can’t remember the price, I remember thinking it was inexpensive. If you can get a 40% off coupon (which is pretty easy. you can sign up for their mailing list and get them in your e-mail or physical mailbox. They also go out with Sunday papers in a lot of areas.) they would be pretty super cheap!
If you’d asked about these a few days ago, I would have sent you to cardsandpockets, as they had a 25% off sale this weekend! Also, if you don’t want to print yourself, sites like vistaprint.com or overnightprints.com will let you upload your own images and they print for you. I got my STD magnets from Vista print and have a 25% off coupon if you want the code! Just message me for it! I know I won’t be able to use it by the end of the year when it expires and would like for someone to get some use out of it!
Post # 6
eh, just get some nice paper that’s a regular size and pay a printer or kinkos or someone .25 a cut to just make it the right size. Cheaper.
Post # 7
If you’re willing to pay a REALLY small fee for printing, I totally recommend Vista Print! Miss French Fries inspired me to use it for postcard STDs and hers look great!
Post # 8
Thanks for all the great help! You guys are rock stars! 🙂
Post # 9
I shopped all of the sites that JoJo listed and a few more.
I ended up purchasing from Paper-Papers. Had a great experience and was thrilled with the product.
The lowest weight (allowed for mailing) post cards is 80lbs, but that’s just barely cardstock, so you’re better off going with 100lb+ weight. I ordered 104lb paper and it is PERFECT.