Post # 16
I used Vistaprint for our wedding announcements, invites and RSVP cards. I custom designed all of them myself and really enjoyed doing that. I upgraded them to the linen paper and heavy cardstock and loved them! I would definitely second previous bees’ recommendations. Later on, I ordered thank you cards on their standard paper and I was not that happy with them. They did feel a little cheap and the edges were rough. For a wedding or anything fancy, upgrade the paper for sure, for everything else, the standard paper works fine considering how inexpensive they are.
Post # 17
We used Vistaprint for our Save-The-Date Cards, invites, RSVP cards, and to print a 24″x36″ seating chart and I was really happy with everything! For our Save-The-Date Cards, we used one of their templates that allows you to upload your own photo. If you go this route, make sure your photos are high resolution so it doesn’t come out grainy. (If you got professional pics taken, this shouldn’t be a problem). We used one of their premade templates for the invites and RSVP cards, and I designed the seating chart in Microsoft Publisher and uploaded it with no problems.
They usually have a 50% sale once a month, so sign up for their emails and check their website to catch that deal. We ordered 120 invites and RSVP cards for about $100!