This post is sponsored by Basic Invite. I was gifted business cards to review. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this post are genuine.
It’s a new school year, and while my personal school days are long gone (at least for now), I feel programmed with the desire to buy new stationery and organizing materials. Instead of a new Five Star and lined notebooks, I’m a sucker for buying a pretty new planner, desk calendar, notecards and business cards.
Until recent years, I had business cards covered through work and my professional identity at that time. Since staying home full-time with my kids the last few years and trying on various hats (e.g., nutrition communications consultant, lifestyle blogger), I’ve found it important to have my own set of professional business cards to have on hand for events, written thank you’s and networking.
What stands out to me is that Basic Invite’s selection of business card templates are anything but basic. They are modern and clean, with plenty of personalization options like foil detailing (in gold, silver and rose gold – love!) and photo inclusion to make them truly unique. The clear, plastic business cards immediately stood out to me as a modern take that I had to try.
There were so many cute templates to choose from that I printed another two-sided business card featuring a full-bleed personal photo. (This is the template I used to create the card below.) I like that there is no minimum quantity so you can order small batches at a time if you prefer.
From their speedy delivery service to all the lovely boutique-style art options, Basic Invite is on my radar for other stationery needs beyond business cards like ordering our annual family Christmas cards online. (I should start reviewing all the design options because it will be difficult to decide on one!)
Whether you’re a blogger, artist, freelancer or professional of any type, Basic Invite has a stunning selection of business cards to create unique branding and leave a lasting impression.