Post # 1
ok, so on a whim I checked out 123print.com… I found a designI LOVE (love abound) and ordered samples. THEY ARE GREAT!! To me, this is NOTHING like Vista Print – this place puts them to shame. All together, we’re ordering 150 invitations and envelopes, RSVPs and envelopes, reception cards, and info cards for hotels and the shuttle and with shipping including, it will be just at $200.. You can upload your own design or use their templates and do what you want with text, color, font, etc. I used color ink for everything and the back of the info cards and the full color design and ink, no extra charge. I would def recommend ordering the samples and checking out for yourself. Invites aren’t super important to me as I know most people throw them out and I’d rather put that money towards something that we feel is more important, however, I didn’t want them to look like that!! And I’ve found my answer. It’s worth a shot!!
Post # 3
How are they different from Vista Print?
Post # 4
I find them to be different in quality alone.
Post # 5
They have some cute designs but nothing that stands out too much more than vista print. Have you ordered from them??? Is their phyiscal quailty better than vista print or just design quality?
Post # 6
Well, it sounds like you’re happy with so ….Congrats on getting your invites!!
Post # 7
@caszos – their printing quality is much better, In My Humble Opinion. They have simple designs, like Vista – but you can upload your own. I’m just going on quality of printing. For those of us who don’t feel spending a ton on invitations is necessary, it’s a fantastic option so I was just offering up my opinion and experience.
Post # 8
I am totally all about saving on invites. I did my actual invitations at the local printer but I have been really happy with the quality from vistaprint especially with their design your own. We did our STD’s and some thank you cards from there
I did our thank you cards in color with our monogram on the front and very small on the inside on their “linen” paper (totally worth the $2 extra) and I am VERY happy with their quality.
Thanks for the tip on another site, more options are always appreciated. I will check them out for the rehearsal dinner invitations!
Post # 9
I am getting 250 invites, rsvp cards, info cards AND envelopes from catprint.com for $189 and they are beautiful! I don’t know if they have their own designs as I got mine designed custom by an etsy seller. I couldn’t be happier. I got my proof in just a couple days and have had a ton of questions answered very quickly by catprint employees (phone and email). I can’t say enough about my experience with catprint.
The paper I chose for my invite suite was 100 lb and after getting the sample I decided to up it to 110 Lb, which only added 30$ (i think, maybe it was 20?my total wasn’t over 230$) anyway, I highly recommend them as MY experience was great. Its at least worth looking into if you are on a budget!
NOT impressed with vista…at all.