"Very nice generally and I'm happy with the result: my only complaint is that the tinyprints software isn't very versatile. I needed an enclosure card, rather than an RSVP card, and there was no way to do it 'my way' : design elements specific to an RSVP were fixed, and I had to talk to a designer to get what I wanted. BUT the designer was smart, knowledgeable, and friendly--knew exactly what I meant and fixed it up right away."
"Very happy with this! VERY quick with proofs and shipping. Four stars on print quality because if you look carefully, the print's a little grainy--not enough to make a difference. Four stars on design because the design software has pretty strict limits on what font size, spacing, and placement it will allow; it took a fair amount of tweaking to get what I wanted, but the designer I spoke with was knowledgeable and friendly. Also under "design"--although they offer bar/bat mitzvah and wedding invitations, they don't offer Hebrew fonts for (at least) the kid's name--you can only do it if you upload some special kind of file and..."
"We were looking for inexpensive invitations and these were very reasonably priced. I was concerned that, given how inexpensive they were, they might be flimsy, but they're not; they're printed on a heavy card stock. The pattern is delicate and perfect for our Bat Mitzvah girl. Shipping was crazy fast and the invitations arrived looking better than expected."
"Subdued yet festive, this design even appealed to my 13 year old son. So nice to get away from the typical Bar Mitzvah design trap of "casual 'hip' watercolor of the Torah Scrolls" We moved around the lines of type to better convey the details of our particular event, and the designers did a fine job. Paper quality and weight are exceptional, I am very pleased."