Thursday, October 14, 2010

Label Me.


Being in the thank you note stage of the wedding process I've come to decide that I need some new address labels. While one of these rubber beauties may be on my wish list, printed labels are the more budget friendly option for the newlyweds. Does anyone have any experience with Vistaprint's labels? I found these cute options for next to nothing ($1.50 for 165). Any source suggestions to label my letters with our new last name?

7 comments:

McV said...

Yes! I ordered my Save the Dates from Vista Print and I've also ordered notecards for myself and others from there. Google "vista print coupons" before you place your ordered. You can usually find a code or link (usually through coupon cabin) for free shipping and/or free products or discounts. I usually pay about 50% of the actual cost of the product I would say.

Kelly V. said...

I too ordered my Save the Dates from Vistaprint (the postcards). The product was great (especially since I paid less than 1/2 of what they were priced) and super easy to create! I'm sure the address labels would be equally great :)

Life is Reed-iculous! said...

i have used vistaprint for tons of things and i love them. i've never paid shipping and the quality is excellent for the price. and you can design whatever you want..you don't have to use one of their designs. although i'm loving those you picked out.

Sweet Simplicity said...

I love the top two options! That is a fantastic price! You will have to let us know how they turn out.

Dale Parker said...

VistaPrint is awesome. They did some postcards for an art opening I was part of. Very quick and very reasonable.

Denim and Pearls said...

I've had no problems with Vistaprint the two times I used them for invitations. I also picked up some labels -- they weren't all centered properly, but the price could not be beat. It was maybe 10/200 that were wonky!

At least I'm skinny said...

You now have me convinced I need a rubber address stamp. (I don't!)

I've heard good things about vista print from a friend (a non Reed-iculous one) who did a bunch of her wedding stuff through them.