Post # 1
Looking for a printer for my invites, RSVPs, thank you’s and programs. Anyone have an opinion of VistaPrint versus 123Print? Open to any othere options that are out there too. I will have the template design so I need somewhere that will allow me to upload my own image. I would love to find a place that you could upgrade to line envelopes. Just lookng for an average size rectangle invite, average size RSVP, and then the folded notes to use as thank yous. Not too concerned about programs yet so could always do that somewhere else!!! Thanks!!!
Post # 3
FedEx Office is amazing!! They will work with you to do anything you wish all from files you have on your computer. They will print a proof, edit and adjust, and cut all of them for you!
Post # 4
I used 123Print and was VERY happy with the product. The paper is good quality and the printing is true to what it looked like online…couldn’t be happier with the delivery or the product!!!!
Post # 5
I just ordered my Save the Date postcards from 123print…LOVE THEM!!! The back (with our picture and info) is printed beautifully and is super glossy. The front is just as nice!
A small portion of my STD’s arrived with the words EVER SO SLIGHTLY cut off. Not bad, but I’m kind of picky, so it bothered me. I emailed them about it, and said I was pleased with how everything turned out, minus that one small issue. Well, they just emailed me back and will be shipping me an ENTIRE new order for FREE! Awesome!
I chose 123print over vistaprint because it was easier to upload my own image and I couldn’t beat the price! My 100 STD’s cost UNDER $20!
Post # 6
We did our Save-The-Date Cards through vistaprint. We’re doing our invitation suite from both lcipaper.com and magnetstreet.com, and we’ll be assembling them together when they come in!
Post # 7
i did my invites through 123print. Loved going through them. The paper is great quality..you get so much for such a low price!
Post # 8
I used Exclusively Weddings and I am VERY happy with how they turned out. I was a little nervous not knowing what the paper quality would be like, but there was definitely no need to worry! Their website was very easy to use. I paid about $250 total for 75 invites, reception card, rsvp, lined envelopes, return addresses embossed on outer envelopes and our address printed on rsvp envelopes.
Post # 9
@MrsRR201212: ! 2nd FedEx office. The future hubbs works there :> he does wedding invites all the time! They know their stuff
Post # 10
@MissFlowerPot: Do you know if I could print personalized escort cards with them? I got really annoyed at VistaPrint because they expect you to print the same thing on every one, and then hand write in all the names. I’d much rather have everything printed, but I’m not sure where to go.
Post # 11
@Future MrsB: I’m not sure a place where you could go, but I’m sure you could use software on your computer? There have to be escort card kits out there, so to speak, that would give you the formatting instructions you would need. Good luck!
Post # 12
If you want to upload your own design- Catprint Catprint Catprint. Love them.
Post # 13
I love Vistaprint because you have the option of changing colors, text, uploading photos and designs and custom design from scratch, which I have done quite successfully to match themes such as Tiffany Blue, Butterflies, Damask, Pink & Blue, Orchids, Peacock, etc. Of course, I do have a design background and use Photoshop for all uploads and the designs look so custom and expensive. I also add ribbon and diamond chips to some of the designs. Anyone need help, reach out to me! I can help you with all your printed materials and I’m quite cheap! Best of luck to everyone. Lise at [email protected]