While out at a few events recently (and even just chatting with friends in casual conversation), people have started asking us for business cards. It wasn’t something we thought we needed, but since we do offer blog, content, and styling services, we finally realized it just made sense. So we did what we always do. Opened a bottle of wine and got creative!
Since our new site launch was approaching, we wanted to create simple business cards that reflected the aesthetics of the new blog. So the search began.
We looked for a service where we could implement our new color palette – the beautiful hues of blush pink, dark gray, and gold we created for the updated version of 16th&B.
After comparing companies/services, Basic Invite was the clear winner with the best options. We found this process pretty easy to navigate and it was fun creating a card. We used one of the presets, but it had a customization option to make the look of our cards exactly what we wanted. One of the criteria we were looking for in a print company – besides having lots of color options – was one that allowed us to preview the product in real time; this was crucial to helping finalize our product. Choosing just one design was probably the hardest part because there were so many options we loved. We really couldn’t be happier with the design, the quality, and the ease of ordering.
Seriously they have the CUTEST designs. Even these adorable clear cards below. Plus they also offer metallic and foil options.
Hello Holidays and Boss Babes!
After our positive experience with our business cards, we are definitely bookmarking Basic Invite to use for holiday cards. Their designs are adorable and affordable. Plus, they have address capturing that shares a link on social media to your friends and fam to get their addresses. So much easier!
We loved our Basic Invite so much that we are teaming up with them to offer our readers a 15% off discount with coupon code: 15FF51
You can find them at Basicinvite.com or @basicinvite on all socials.
Here are our favorite holiday card picks. You might see one of these this December.