Post # 1
Has anyone used Vistaprint before? There’s a Groupon deal out for them (ending today) and I was thinking of getting our engagement announcements with them. A friend of ours will be doing our pictures for the announcements.
I just wanted to know if anyone used them before and if you were happy with them.
Post # 3
It’s an inexpensive print house, mediocre quality….not great, not horrid
Post # 4
I have been very pleased every time I use Vistaprint. I used them for business cards for my AVON business originally, and then I used them for save the date postcards. I have 125 worth right now thanks to groupon for my invites, and I only paid $27! woohoo!
Post # 5
Ive used them as well for stationary and return address labels. I also ordered their wedding sample package i got it in a few days and thought the quality was nice. We will be getting our magnet save the dats from them! Great prices especially when you have coupon codes
Post # 6
I have used/am using Vistaprint for a non-profit organization and for all my wedding stationary. It’s excellent quality for the cost. I have never had any issues with them and I’ve been ordering from the regularly since 2007. Business cards, flyers, postcards, stamps, letterhead, invitations, magnets, tote bags, hats… everything.
Post # 7
I’m not a connoisseur but I got one of those groupons and for our postcard invites. I love them. I was worried about the quality, and they’re not all perfect, but the paper and color look and feel really good. I would suggest the matte paper, I love the quality of mine. Here’s a pretty bad cell phone pic of them 🙂 They look way better in person of course. I’m going to get another groupon and do the same thing for our thank you cards.
Post # 8
I’ve gotten stamps, a calendar, and save-the-dates from them…planning to order invites from them…definitely worth it, especially for the price!
edit: not stamps..return labels!
Post # 9
I’m so glad people have had good experiences!
Post # 10
I’m so glad people have had good experiences with them!
Post # 11
I also used them for everything!! Our Save-the-Dates look great, and the invites turned out unique because you have a LOT of options to edit them, so I included a big panoramic picture of the winery we’re getting married at along with a few photos of us on the invitations. The “linen” finish looks and feels fantastic, and I think our invites turned out much better and more interesting to look at than most formal engraved ones 🙂 but of course I think that.
I also got RSVP cards, and even made a little insert to tell everyone to go to our website for info on Rehearsal Dinner and brunch the day after the ceremony, using their “place card” in the same theme as everything else. Very inexpensive and I couldn’t be happier!
Here’s our invite:
Post # 12
I got 250 for only $27 i love them! they look great ! i got a postcard like one, so mailing them all out barely cost me anything!!
Post # 13
- Wedding: July 2012 - Baltimore Museum of Industry
I also took advantage of a groupon, and ordered our custom save the dates (as single sided note cards), folded thank yous, more single side note cards, two size stickers, pens, and return address labels.
Overall, I was pretty pleased- give it a B. I’m not going to use them for the invitations, though, but I have pretty high standards (former graphic designer.)
Post # 14
I used Vistaprint for our Save the Date Postcards, used the 100 free deal and basically paid $11 for the uploand your own design fee and shipping. Awesome deal and I loved them! So did everyone else!