Photo Holiday Invitations and Unique Holiday Photo Invitation Card
Adding a Picture to Your Holiday Photo Invitations and Photo Holiday Invitation Cards is Oh So Easy
As the end of the year begins to draw closer, most people begin thinking about personalizing their holidays photo invitations and trying to decide on the best photograph to use. But for some, time and/or money will be a significant consideration for this year, so there are lots of ways to save a little of both without eliminating the tradition of sending customized photo holiday invitation cards or Christmas greeting cards with a picture of any kind to your family and friends. In addition to our trendy and voted most popular holiday Christmas invitation designs to add a photo to, we offer a large database of party invitation wording ideas for the Christmas holidays.
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Time Saving Ideas for Photo Holiday Christmas Invitation Cards
One way to save time is, quite naturally, to prepare in advance. While your holiday photo invite cards might not be a top priority for your during the summer months, it's actually an ideal time to start browsing Christmas holiday websites like InvitationsByU to find some really great invite ideas. Most online stationery websites maintain a large selection of invitations with a holiday photo year round so you can begin your shopping whenever you want. Even if you prefer to hold off in finalizing your order so early, you can determine what's available and begin narrowing down your choices so choosing the final holiday picture invitations will be much easier.
Another alternative for saving time is to decide on the picture to be used for your holiday photo stationery well in advance, even if it means taking the pictures during the summer. By doing this, you'll beat the last minute rush and scramble that seems to always occur near the latter part of November. Additionally, this advance time will allow you more time to request copies of the pictures you like best. Not to mention that during this time of year you'll still have that great summer tan that will probably have started to fade by the time fall and early winter arrives.
Finally, get your photo invites for Christmas early so you can begin working on them before the big rush. It's a good bet that you are likely not feel like writing personal messages to dozens of people while you are also putting up holiday lights, wrapping gifts, and perhaps even working overtime to pay off those credit cards bills you're racking up. For these many reasons, it's best that you get a head start by working on your personalized invite cards weeks before it's time to mail them.
Consider These Money Saving Ideas
One of the easiest ways to save money is by taking your own photos using a digital camera. Whether you're going for a picture of just your kids and pets or family portrait, digital cameras are ideal and usually don't require a lot of expertise to use. For best results, you will want to take the picture outside, if possible, because you are less likely to be concerned about the lighting. Plus, you'll usually get a fairly consistent and quality shot. After deciding on the one to use, you can simply upload it at the time you place your order with us.
You can also save lot of money by purchasing larger quantities of photo invites for the Christmas holidays. But, 'I only need 30 invite cards, so why order more than I need' you say, Well, what about next year? By purchasing larger quantities of the photo Christmas greeting cards for more than one year you can save lots of money. Additionally, there is not reason to worry about sending out a duplicate greeting holiday card next year.
And, lastly, you can reduce the number of people who you send customized Christmas holiday photo invitation cards, but we recommend this option only as a last resort. Instead, consider our special promos including 10 free invitation cards and free shipping, among many more.