Post # 1
Hey everyone! I just wanted to pass on information I just got an email from VistaPrint. They are having a huge sale with many things FREE. This includes 100 standard size postcards (perfect for DIY maps, Save-The-Date Cards, etc) — it is also a reduced price for back side color printing. 250 business cards (perfect for DIY registery cards, RSVP cards or seating cards). There are many other things on sale and some items are free.
It’s too early for me to take advantage of these deals but if you’ve been waiting for the best pricing, now may be the time!
Post # 3
Oh I forgot to mention that the sale goes through April 26
Post # 4
These sales are always going on with Vistaprint. Once you sign up for emails, you get tons of free item offers and they are usually always the same. I was originally concerned with the dates of sales, but when I designed my thank you cards months later, I had no problem getting their note cards deal. Just sign up for the emails and you will be fine.
Post # 5
I ordered my Save The Dates from them last week and picked the slowest shipping they had. They CAME IN THE MAIL TODAY! I jumped up and down I was so Happy with them!!!! I 100% reccomend vista print!!! The whole thing was $17 for 100 postcards and 100 enveloppes and shipping. full color on one side, B&W on the back.
Post # 6
I ordered super cheap return address labels from them and just got them in the mail today. They’re a great affordable company!!
Post # 7
- Wedding: September 2009 - Westwind YWCA camp
Hey guys –
so with the postcards, I know you can upload anything you want on the reverse side.
Have any of you used a template for the "addressing" part of the postcard? I don’t know if there needs to be a specific size for the address part, the return address (if necessary??) etc.
Post # 8
Last I heard from one of the professional printers I worked with for a client, postcards needed to have 3.25 inches of white space on the bottom where the post office can stamp tracking information … if you have gotten a postcard recently that is where a scanned sticker goes, its about 1/2 inch thick. You can double check this rule at http://www.usps.com