With the holidays around the corner, that means it’s time to start thinking about holiday cards, invites, and all the cozy paper goods that come with this time of year. When Basic Invite reached out to me about their holiday cards and invitations, I was excited, to say the least. I mean..
Growing up we always did the standard bulk cards that weren’t personalized – bleh. It wasn’t until probably the last few years that we’ve stepped up our card game because we like to keep the Christmas cards we get over the years so I’m sure others do as well. Plus it always warms my heart to get cute holiday family pictures in my mailbox.
Basic Invite’s website is super user-friendly, they have awesome color selections (apparently over 180 of them), foil selections, paper types, etc. Between merry Christmas cards, happy holiday cards, a nice Christmas party invitation, or any other holiday, there are so many to choose from so it was incredibly hard to narrow it down to my top 5. I also realized that I like clean lines and a contemporary feel. (#fancy) Once I selected the layouts I liked, I personalized them with my own photos, switched the colors around, and selected my envelope color (they have like 40 different colors of envelopes!) and ordered a sample of each. They came in within a week and then seeing them in person I was able to narrow it down further to my top choice. 🙂
Okay, so I thought this feature was super cool especially for all of the busy people out there like myself. They do this thing called address capturing where you can share a link on your social or through your social to request family and friends addresses. The addresses are saved in your account and you can select which ones you want the card to go to. Plus, they don’t charge to have the addresses printed on the envelopes for you.
Anyway, I was super impressed at how intuitive and easy the process was and highly recommend them for any of your cards, invites, business cards, etc. There’s also a promo code for 15% off – 15FF51.
I hope this was helpful!
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