Post # 1
If you used an online vendor (like Minted or WeddingPaperDivas) to design and print your save the dates, which one did you use and what was your experience like? What was the price range for your Save-The-Date Cards and how was the quality?
Post # 3
@MKWeddingBee: I had my Save-The-Date Cards (and invites, actually) printed through vistaprint. I didn’t design them on there, or use one of there designs, though. One of my best friends is a photographer and did our engagement photos then used on of them to make a file I liked and I updated it to vistaprint and printed their “postcards” for the Save-The-Date Cards. We got them for a super cheap price (I think it was $40 for 100 – with upgraded paper etc). And we loved them!
Post # 4
We used wedding paper divas and ordered them through Costco. We ordered 300 postcards. I think we spent around $250.00. My fiancé took care of the ordering and design. We were thrilled with our purchase and have received so many compliments from friends and family. Good luck.
Post # 5
i designed ours in photoshop & illustrator, and will be ordering postcards from smartpress, i think. i just priced it out, and it will be around $45 for 75 cards
Post # 6
@MKWeddingBee: Magnet Street. They were awesome! (see pic below). I ordered us the free samples and with it came an amazing coupon that I was able to use.
Post # 7
Zazzle.com —they look so amazing! The quality of everything has blown me away!
Post # 8
magnetstreet!! we were thrilled with everything!
Post # 9
Magnetstreet – oversized magnets. Ordered them during a 20% off deal, if I remember correctly. Used standard postage. Put our website address on it, because it’s a semi-destination, and we have 4 hotel room blocks in place.
Post # 10
I got mine from Invitations by Dawn. I liked the amount of customization I was able to do. It was fun playing around with the typefaces/fonts, colors, etc. They were affordable and quick. We’ve gotten a few compliments and we haven’t even sent that many out yet.
Post # 11
zazzle.com and they were perfect!!! They looked identical in person to what I saw on the computer screen! The color was bold, the pictures were crystal clear, and the quality was amazing! It was fun too, to personal their template with your own touch. I highly recommend them.
Post # 12
Wedding Paper Divas, and they turned out awesome! We’ve gotten so many compliments on them!
Post # 14
Ive used Zazzle for Save-The-Date Cards and Mixbook for our invites. Both were fantastic, and super cheap! For 43 invites and 45 Save-The-Date Cards weve only paid $140, and that includes like $20 in shipping (which is ridiculous, but I got my invites three business days after I bought them online).
Post # 15
Thanks for the great ideas everyone! So excited to check out all of these sites!
Post # 16
@MKWeddingBee: We actually ordered ours through Shutterfly.com. I didn’t like most of their designs but we found a very simple one that was perfect for the engagement photo we wanted to use.
We were looking at Wedding Paper Divas but we didn’t want to spend that much on the Save-The-Date Cards since we only needed 75.
Just remember to keep an open mind when looking at all of the templates, once you personalize some of them they seem to look better than the sample!