Post # 1
I have found probably one of the best sites for postcards EVER! and know that they’re reliable!.
I’m ordering 100 postcards for our SaveTheDates and they’re ONLY $16 (One-Sided, before shipping)
And our 100 RSVP’s are $23 (double-sided, before shipping)
Post # 3
Oooo thanks for the heads up! I actually need these for work!!! but ill be using them for save the dates too 😀
Post # 4
How was the quality of the cards? Were they flimsy or pretty decent?
Post # 5
I used Vistaprint.com. Just sign up for email offers and they send out an offer 2-3 times a week for 100 free postcards. You can customize them however you want and they include a color front and black and white back. You can upgrade to a color back for $9.95. Shipping is only like $6.54 so that is totally worth it. I ordered 2 sets of Save-the-Dates because I changed my colors and they all turned out fabulous. I just put in my order for my RSVP postcards and they have one of my engagement pictures on them, and you can also put text on them if you want
Standard shipping takes 21 days but they usually get it done a little earlier than that. They have other options for faster shipping also.
Post # 6
I’d say they were really good quality! I was very impressed for the price and how quick we got them (We ordered some for a business venture my mom is doing)
They are BBB accredited and have a FULL SATISFACTION money back guarantee for 1st time customers (only require that order be less than $100)
You could always order 100 (less than $25) and see what you think =)
Post # 7
@aubray I did not know that about their Postcards! That offer sounds FABULOUS! I may have to sign up with them. =)
Post # 8
I used vistaprint for my RSVPs as well. I got 100 free ones and only had to pay shipping. I also got a cheap address stamp I used to stamp the back of the envelopes and the bonus is that we still use it. Postcards are great for RSVPs because:
1. Cheaper than a note and envelope
2. cheaper postage
3. more environmentally friendly
4. easier for guests
5. easier for you when they return (no opening envelopes and discarding them)
Post # 9
Okay.. So I am officially having a VistaPrint issue!
I can’t seem to get the PDF uploaded to fit the “square”
I saw that there’s a PDF “template” downloaded that
Opened it in my Illustrator and now I don’t know how to get my sticking SaveThe Date on It!
Post # 10
We used postcards.com for our save the dates, too! We sent out about 75 for like, $20. It worked out really well!! I made the save the dates on my computer and then we just uploaded them to the site. Quick, easy, cheap and beautiful!