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places to order ceremony programs/menu cards etc besides WPD??

I'm trying to find a ceremony program template I like but can't find one on weddingpaperdivas that I'm super into (we used them for the STDs and invites and we're really happy with them). Any recommendations for other places that people have used? Preferably online, as Paper Source told me they're not sure they could get them done in time for my oct. 3 wedding (I'm still working out the details of the ceremony so they won't be ready soon!)
thanks for the help!

Re: places to order ceremony programs/menu cards etc besides WPD??

  • AddieCakeAddieCake Beyond the Wall member
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    Vistaprint.
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  • JediElizabethJediElizabeth member
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    edited August 2015
    Check Etsy if you want more design options. There are lots and lots to choose from, and you can get many of them to just do the graphic design for you, and then copy & paste it into VistaPrint to print. 

    I ordered the graphic design for my invitations, save the dates, etc. on a Sunday, got the PDFs the next day, and was able to get the final product from Vistaprint within about a week (even having chosen the cheapest, longest shipping time).

    Good luck!

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  • I'm ordering everything through vistaprint and they are all designed by myself.
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  • julieanne912julieanne912 member
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    edited August 2015
    Another vote for an Etsy template.  They're usually very reasonably priced.  If you didn't want to do Vistaprint, I learned FedEx Office does nice printing of whatever you want for pretty inexpensive.  I used them to do my inserts for my invitation and I brought in my own paper that I bought at Hobby Lobby, versus using theirs.
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  • Vista Print.  So inexpensive.  Totally worth it.  I even made a mistake on my invitations, and they are reprinting them for free!  

  • labrolabro Hotlanta member
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    I ordered through Etsy. I ended up purchasing templates and filling in the information and printing it myself.



  • julieanne912 suggested send them to FedEx (I think even UPS and Staples have this service, too) for the actual printing. 
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