Post # 18
@LoveGator2012: Just saw this reply, sorry! I used linen for the invite the and recycled matte for everything else.
Post # 19
I loved the linen finish also, worked and looked great
Post # 20
Thank you ladies for the replies!! I’m very torn between ordering from them or from MagnetStreet.com
Post # 21
I have used Wedding Paper Divas for bridal shower invitations once before and they came out so great, I’m going to use them for my wedding invitations. I looked into Vistaprint but I absolutely fell in love with one of the designs at Wedding Paper Divas!
Post # 22
Our STDs (with a picture of us when we get our e-pictures back):
Post # 23
We did Vistaprint Postcards for our invites. I loved them and got tons of compliments, even though I was worried also about how they would turn out, never having used them before. But, we liked them so much we’re using Vistaprint for our Thank you’s as well.
Post # 23
What if the file size is 271 Kb is it high resolution?
Post # 24
High resolution for printing is considering 300 DPI (dots per inch) or more. To tell if your image fits this, right click (on a PC) and go to Properties, then Details. Scroll until you find “resolution” and make sure it’s 300 DPI or higher. This will work for image files. For PDFs, it’s not so easy – maybe require the full version of Acrobat.
The file size is an unreliable way to tell if it’s a print resolution, because if it’s only text and shapes, it will be a low file size no matter what.
Post # 25
Vista Print should also give you a warning if you image is too low of a resolition for the product you are choosing.