12.10.2014

Our Christmas Cards with Minted (and a coupon code for you!)

So, I really kind of love our Christmas cards this year. 

We had them done with Minted, who also created our Save the Dates and our 2013 Christmas cards.


The card we chose this year is the "A Little Christmas Whimsy" Foil-Pressed Card, but I can assure you that this was no easy decision. There are tons and tons of options and I'm terrible with making decisions. 

The ones we chose are the perfect mix of cute and classic. You can't tell by the photo, but the text has a gold metallic look that reflects in the light. 


There's a lot to love about Minted (and no, they aren't paying me to say this), but I mostly love the quality of the paper. It's so thick and luxurious! It's also pretty nice how you pick out the cards one day, have a personalized proof sent to you the next day, and they are in the mail within no time. The service is what keeps me coming back. 

...and the thick paper, obviously. ;)


On second thought, my favorite thing might be how they print the recipient addresses on the cards for you. 

Fo' free.


And because there's still plenty of time to get your holiday cards from Minted, you can save 15% off your order with code HOLYCITYCHIC15. There are also adorable New Year's cards, too. Oh, the offer is good through 12/17. Cheers! xo

 

4 comments:

  1. Love these! We ordered ours through Tiny Prints this year and were quite happy with them as well! I'm going to start framing them year after year so that I have a fun holiday timeline to display every Christmas!

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  2. I love Minted! I used them last year as well as this year, and could not agree with you more about the quality of paper! Cute Christmas Card, I almost did the addresses on the envelopes as well, but didn't have the time when I ordered them. Yours turned out great!

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