(Closed) Vistaprint Postcards

posted 13 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
27 posts

I’d want to see them with my own eyes before they were sent to guests! And hand-addressing, although time consuming, is much more personal. In my experience Vista print postcards are super glossy on both sides so make sure to use a permanent pen (like a thin Sharpie) if you hand-address.

Post # 4
36 posts

They are only glossy on the front with the design.  The back is matte and you can write on it with no problem.  I’ve never had a problem with their quality and have ordered SEVERAL sets of postcards using their templates and SEVERAL other sets uploading my own designs.  I highly reccommend them, but I would also suggest you mail them yourself.  Be sure to sign up for their emails and you should be able to get 100 postcards for free and only have to pay for shipping.

Post # 5
18 posts
  • Wedding: October 2008

Our RSVP cards are courtesy of Vista Print. I also choice the glossy front and matte back. 

We mailed them ourselves.

Post # 6
1458 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

I love vistaprint and use them all the time – but I would still like to see things before I sent them out. I’m a bit control freaky like that. I’ve never had anything wrong with any of my dozens of orders from them, but again – I’m weird like that.

I must say though that I have a friend who owns her own business and useses their mailing service and loves it, never had a complaint.

I think that it’s just a matter of weather or not you can deal with not seeing one until it reaches you – (and I would mail one to yourself) 

Post # 7
90 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2000

So order a set for yourself. If they loog good, then send them through the mailing list.

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