I am excited to announce that Moo sent my postcards an extra 4 days earlier than expected and now everyone with a known address has received one! I have a few to send out after we track down more addresses, but I've sent at least 80 out and I'm already receiving happy texts about them.
I thought the postcard paper was going to be similar to their business cards, but I was pleasantly surprised when they turned out to be a really nice, firm semi-gloss paper rather than the matte UV-coated paper that comes with the mini Moo cards. (I am sure I could have read the description better.)
While those would be equally amazing, I was happy with the quality and despite being man-handled a bit between addressing and stamping, they held up very well. My biggest concern with postcards is always the potential folding/bending in the mail system, but I do believe these will be resilient.
As always, I am really happy with the quality of Moo's printing and for $110 for 120 cards, you really can't beat that price. Like any wedding planner, I'm on a tight budget and these were a great solution for engagement announcements that doubled as party invitations. I'm inviting everyone to the engagement party since the wedding will be a more limited event of 80 people.
My wedding mailing plan was for engagement announcements/engagement party invites, save-the-dates, wedding invitations, and then thank you notes. Since I'll hand-deliver most of my invites (wait until you see!), I will keep the cost low there as well.
I look forward to working with Moo printing more on my personal branding - I have new rounded business cards, mini Moo tags, postcards, stickers and more in mind!
(This post was not affiliated with Moo in any way - I simply love their products and wanted to share my happiness.)