When you’re planning an event or a wedding, you might find that you need printing services. If you plan to send paper invitations, you’ll need invitations, envelopes, and reply cards. You might also want to have a program for your guests or a menu at dinner. And you could want signs to direct your guests to the location.
There are many options for all of these items, but some of them are expensive. Traditional engraved invitations, for example, are costly. They can also take several weeks to be printed. But it turns out that the place where you can get inexpensive business cards is the same place where you can get some or all of your wedding or event printing done: Vistaprint.
A recent client of mine used Vistaprint for her invitations, place cards, and signage, and she was very happy with the service–and, especially, with the turn-around time.
The only drawback to the service is the designs. If you like their designs, then it is a convenient service. If you don’t find one to your taste in their gallery, you can upload a design for them to print, but that means that you still have to get the invitations designed. It’s great if you are a designer yourself and can do the work. But if you’re already working with a designer, then you probably also want to use whatever printing services they recommend.
You might not think that a service that is primarily thought of as a business service would be good for weddings and events, but it turns out that under some circumstances, it can be both convenient and economical.