- Each pack arrives with 25 Postcards
- 3 Unique size available: 4x5.5" // 5x5" // 5x7"
- 4 Press Paper Options: Semi-Gloss // Linen // Pearl // Premium Matte
- Free Envelopes Available
- All Postcards are printed on Acid Free Paper
- Volume priced options available within ordering systems
- Add Glossy UV Coating - $2.50/pack
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Postcards offer a cost-effective way to send a greeting, and photo postcards make that greeting personal. If you are looking for the vintage look of a double-sided postcard, yet want to make it personal with images, our press printed postcards are the answer. With an array of templates to choose from, and the option for a blank template that allows you to create exactly what you want, you can design the custom photo press printed postcard you need with ease using Nations Photo Lab. In fact, all you need for professional looking postcards is the right photograph. Then, choose the template you like best, add your custom text and you are ready to order. All paper types available are acid-free free.
Postcards are the ideal solution to send save-the-date cards, advertisements and birth announcements. More affordable to mail, yet no less professional looking than photo cards, postcards help you get the word out in the most effective manner, no matter what your news may be. Our press printed postcards are available in three distinct paper types. Whether you choose semi-gloss, linen or pearl, you can be certain the finished product will shine with professionalism. We offer three popular sizes, the 4.5 x 5 inch, 5 x 5 inch and 5 x 7 inch postcards. All postcards are sold in packs of 25, and you can save even more with a larger order.
As with all of our photo products, ordering from Nations Photo Lab is easy. Simply sign up for an account, then order using our ROES system.
Couple on Cards in Main + on Semi-Gloss by Karen Seifert // Senior boy by Pete Redel
Pearl Product Photography by Lawrence Ross, all others by Kate Bateman