Save the Date with Vintage Postcards

Greetings From Iowa Old Postcard

I seem to get a lot of requests this time of year from wedding planners. Old postcards make great "Save the Date" cards for weddings. For smaller wedding you might be able to get away with sending original cards, but a more economical approach is to reproduce the cards or incorporate the images into a new design.

Here's the end result of easy wedding invitation project.

I offer high-resolution scans of most cards for a nominal fee, which can easily be incorporated into Save the Date cards, or any type of graphic design project.

There are tons of print shops that will do low-volume postcard printing - VistaPrint, and are a few - but not all do matte finish, which is usually better for that "vintage look". Some printers can do different paper stock which can emulate the original linen cards.


architectlink said…
I love your site! I am an architect with two it possible to order postcards blown up (to frame as art) and how are you making them available on vista you resell the images? I love your website!
Lindsey said…
Thanks for finding my blog! You were wonderful to work with--thanks again.
donminbox said…

We would love to exchange postcards with you! See our postal address below!

We send out a NASA Collectors postcard in return for any one of yours (you choose).

To see a sample of the postcard visit: (our blog). There is no catch.

We would like to send you a FREE NASA Collectors postcard but we need your postal address, which can be emailed to

We would also like to ask your permission to post the front image of your postcard on our One Million Postcards blog:

Is that okay?

When submitting an email please put "NASA Postcard Exchange" in the subject line.

If you want a link to your URL on our blog, then put your desired URL link on the back of the postcard you send us, and put "Link Me" on the postcard too.

Your response is appreciated.

Our mailing address is:

One Million Postcards
6206 Wade Road #230
Baytown, TX
77521-8868 USA

May God bless your endeavors,
Don D.Morrison

P.S. Please feel free to share our blog URL, postal address, and email address by any means (ads, email, websites, links, blogs, newspapers, etc.) with anyone interested in receiving a FREE NASA Collectors Postcard!
Anonymous said…
Good afternoon!
We wish to get the rights to advertising to the image from one of cards. We are able to do it?

I look forward to hearing from you,
Yours faithfully,
Tea company "Сапсан",
Russia, Moscow

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