Post # 1
I’ve seen such adorable print things from Vistaprint and Moo. I know people use them for tons of things and I was just interested in what y’all have used them for: STDs? Save your Pics Cards? Cocktail Hour trivia Questions?
Everyone’s awesome ideas are sprinkled all over the boards but I think it would be super helful to get them all in one place so that us newer bees can see your creativity!
Care to share?
Post # 3
I just posted on another thread about vistaprint, but i’m a big fan so I’ll post here too. I used alot of their free stuff for my wedding and ended up using about $25 total and they look great. First with thier free business cards i turned them into photo request cards which i will include with each souvenier, their free labels i ordered to match my invites ordered 2 extra sets at about $5 dollars each. One of the sets i changed the wording to wrap around my souveniers. Then i got one of their free door magnets to decorate the car afterwards, the little boy and girl holding hands wrote just married our names and wedding date. Magnet cheesy but hey u only do it once why not?
Post # 4
I don’t think I”ll end up doing this but I think it’s a great idea anyways. I was going to use Moo business cards as escort cards. My table numbers are photos of Fiance and I, and the business card would be a mini print of the same photo. On the back, I was going to write, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, your table is…Niagara Falls. With a photo of us at Niagara Falls! I’d put them in small vellum envelopes with teh guest’s name written on it.
Post # 5
Wow, Escort cards — that’s a GREAT idea!
Post # 6
I’m very intrigued by Moo cards – i think the fact that you can print a different picture on the back for all the cards is pretty fab. Love this idea from Mrs. Candy Corn.
Post # 7
I haven’t done anything yet, but I am totally in LOVE with Miss Seashell’s upload photo cards that she just posted today… I want them!!!!
I Moo’d. I Mini-Moo’d.
Post # 8
We made our placecards with the free business cards from VistaPrint – we punched holes and added some ribbon – then wrote in the names and table numbers! 🙂 Total project cost? Under $25!
Post # 9
I love Vistaprint. It’s so affordable & they move pretty quick, you just can’t be too insanely picky about quality.
I ordered the postcard part of my STD from vistaprint.
And my bridal shower thank you cards from them.
I designed both myself, but really love how they turned out.
Post # 10
my save the dates! haha im all about posting these tonight! they turned out exactly like they look! 😀 oh yeah i used vistaprint!
Post # 11
UPrinting is awesome too! I have used vistaprint for my save the dates and for photo upload cards which were placed at each placesetting. I also used their postcards to make menus that were inserted into the napkins at each placesetting.
Post # 12
@shainajane: Those are the funniest Save-The-Date Cards I’ve seen so far, too cute!
Post # 13
We ordered from them and it was great. We used the 100 free postcards as our Thank You cards. We got 2 styles of invites,1 for fun and 1 standard, plus custom envelopes and cutom seals. Our order was only $35!!!!!!!!
Post # 14
I used vistaprint for my std’s. I got a great deal 100 for $1.99! I have our wedding website addy on the back of them. We aren’t nearly as red on the actual invites my computer did somthing funky to them.
Post # 15
I’m using mini-moo cards for our favor donation cards. We punched a hole and tied a ribbon and will be hanging them from a manzanita tree.
Post # 16
I would definately recomend Costco’s postcards for save the dates. They are fully customizable and you can get 100 for $86.25. Not bad!
Here is a link to their site http://pal.einvite.com/category/Wedding/save-the-date/savethedatepostcards/?Cobrand=PAL&Site=PAL&vk=1777211146