After talking for awhile about what we wanted for save-the-dates, we decided it wasn't going to be a DIY project because it would be time consuming. We had two criteria: something quick and inexpensive. Truthfully, I didn't do any research. I relied on the reviews I found on Weddingbee. One of the bees found several websites that can do wedding magnets, postcards, etc. We checked out three website to see what they could offer: Overnight Prints, Vista Prints and Invitesite. Soon into our research we noticed that postcards where a cute and inexpensive way of letting people know about the wedding. So our first decision was done: our save-the-dates would be postcards!
At one point, we were on Vista Prints scrolling through their premade postcard options when a a really cute came up! Simultaneously we both said, "Oh, what about that one." We kept scrolling through the page and found several more we liked but we kept saying "But the first one is cuter." We checked out more just to make sure but we kept going back to the one we both liked. It was very girly and so I checked and double-checked with Hanam that a girly postcard was okay and he was fine with it. What finally sealed the deal was a 50% off coupon that we found for Vista Prints! Who could beat that? We had found what we wanted: cute and affordable!
(I took the picture)
Isn't it adorable! I really like the way they came out! The wording is something that I saw awhile back and have always wanted to use! It just seemed so fitting to use for our save-the-dates! I also the think the picture really captures how we both felt when Hanam proposed!
I was really impressed with Vista Prints. The turn around time was less than a week and the quality of the paper is good. Good service and affordable prices? Our save-the-dates mission was a success!
So fellow brides, what are you planning to do for your save-the-dates? DIY or pre-made?