Reader Question: The reason for my e-mail is that I would love to do the thank you postcards myself but have a few questions. I have visited the Snapfish website and have looked at the prints section. I have been unable to find the option to do a collage. Any clue where I might find this? Also, can you have them printed on a cardstock - better for writing? I imagine you did not get regular prints. Otherwise they'd be curved and not good for writing or for putting stamps on. Any clarification you can give me would be greatly appreciated. :)
The link for making a collage photo on Snapfish is here! Matt and I had a great time making the photo collage for our thank you cards. The major downside is that we had to wait until after the wedding to make them. It would have been ideal to purchase and address our thank you cards before the wedding.
Matt and I actually wrote directly on the prints (with a fine-point Sharpie) and sent them without envelopes. They were slightly curved, but not annoyingly so. The stamps went on without a problem. Many people are surprised to realize that you can slap a photo on a postcard and dump it in the mail.
Just the other day, I filled a plastic tupperware container with a present, wrapped it securely with packing tape, and took it to the post office to mail. The truth is, you can pretty much mail anything that you can stick a stamp on. Apparently, even a coconut.
Also, if any of you are looking for letterpress invitations or thank you cards that don't obliterate your wallet, check out Target! (P.S. They look much better in person...)