(Closed) Personalized Napkins

posted 11 years ago in Decor
Post # 3
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Worker bee

walmart’s got cheap ones, but the personalization options leave a bit to be desired.

Post # 4
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Newbee
  • Wedding: November 2007

I got mine from http://www.invitationsbydawn.com  I searched for a long time online and didn’t come across any grand deal.. these were the cheapest ones that I found.   These are $18 or $19 per 100 (depending on size of napkins) and you can choose a logo and type in your names & date (or phrase etc).  For an additional $10 charge, you can choose the location of the logo on the napkin, as well as the font.  The standard font (I’m too cheap for the extra service) isn’t a script like I had hoped, but it is pretty.  You can see a scanned copy of my napkins on my blog (listed under my profile)

Post # 5
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Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2007

We got ours from For Your Party (foryourparty.com) and LOVED them. They were exactly what I wanted and designed and they were fast and cheap. They might not be the best deal out there, but they were great and I highly recommend them.

Post # 6
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Newbee
  • Wedding: October 2007

I didn’t wind up getting personalized napkins…just used the ones that the venue provided. It seemed like a waste of time and money for me toward the end of the planning period, and you know what? I’m glad I skipped it. No one noticed, what with all the yummy drinks, food, and great partying going on! What they DID notice were my centerpieces, my dress, and the first dance. Hope that helps a bit!

Post # 7
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2007

We didn’t do personalized napkins either — like Faithsista said, it seemed like spending money on something we really didn’t need.  But, I have ordered them for promotional purposes at work from this place:  http://www.promo-force.com.  It was about $40 for 250 of the "dispenser style" 1-ply (so pretty cheap-y; prob’ly not as nice as you’d want for wedding use) with one color ink and my own custom design, which I uploaded. They had great customer service and I was quite happy with the end product.  And like mandymarie said, I scoured the ‘net for a while looking for deals, and everyone seems to be about the same price. For me, the "bargain" was that there was no add’l charge for the artwork upload nor for the proof (via email and/or fax). Some people charge extra for art uploads/setup.

Post # 9
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

Just wondering if anyone has tried Gocco’ing their own personalized napkins?  I thought about it but I worry about the ink rubbing off on people’s hands if the napkin gets wet.

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