my holiday card guide | holiday family portrait photographer az

Well as they say, better late than never! I’m going to rattle of my favorite places to order custom holiday cards. What all three of these card companies have in common is quality!  They use gorgeous, thick paper and their photo cards are beautiful!  Here we go:

* Going on 3 years now – I have used minted for all sorts of cards throughout the year. They have some really fresh card designs, simple and beautiful. *features: you can try your photo in multiple holiday design cards at once  *they offer mini books, yearline cards, calendars, folded cards, flat cards and custom stationery. 10% off till Thanksgiving, use the code THANKS10

* Paper Culture is by far the most green of these three. The quality of the card is outstanding. My favorite features: they plant a tree in your honor with each order, all cards & envelopes are 100% Post-consumer recycled, the company is Carbon Free, 130 lb paper (very thick), free mail & addressing service, free custom messages. Paper Culture’s only drawback is that they only offer flat cards! Save 20% until November 23rd, code HOLIDAY20 and if you can’t make that deadline, I think they always offer 15% off your first order.

* New to my annual list is Pinhole Press. They don’t have nearly the selection of Paper Culture or minted, but what they do have is perfect for me! Modern, simple, lovely designs. I really like their 7 photo variable message card! Other than the holiday cards, they offer elegant calendars that feature gorgeous photos (hopefully taken by Keith Pitts Photography) and offer a really unique twist on the calendar – framed calendars! Love it. In addition, they use photos in day planners, photo journals, photo books and photo pads! I can’t wait to order a calendar or two!  Free Shipping on all orders through December 31st!


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