My friend Kaytee at BasicInvite.com invited me to try out their business cards and let you know about my experience, and I'm so glad she did. After half a dozen years of blogging, I finally have business cards for the first time!
I do a variety of digital sidework including blogging, and I think these cards represent all that well. I can confidently bundle most of my work under the title "digital media maker" while calling out my specialties: blogging and videography.
The nature of the work means I'm behind a screen a lot, and the amount of face-to-face interaction I do with clients is proportionally really small. I wanted to counterbalance that a little by putting my face on the cards! I used one of my favorite headshots to help personalize the cards (and my business).
I was a little wary about how the photo would come out, but it's crisp and perfect on each card. I geeked out a little bit over Basic Invite's font choices, and had a good time choosing one (the level of customization they offer is right up my alley). The paper has a nice, sturdy weight and feels more expensive than it was – plus customers can choose to have their business cards foiled in gold, silver, or rose, making them feel even more luxe and professional.
Kaytee also very kindly sent a discount code for you to use to save 15% at BasicInvite.com on business cards or any of their other products: 15FF51
(Psst – I want to remind my fellow holiday elves that we are fewer than 100 days from Christmas, which means it's the perfect time to think about holiday photo cards!)
Thank you to Basic Invite for sponsoring this post by providing product for review as well as compensation. The opinions in this post are 100% my own. Thank you for supporting the businesses that help make this blog a reality!