Customers Stacey and Kevin came to us from San Leandro, California. They wanted Mightyvites, specifically vintage glee wedding invitations with matching save the dates, but with a twist. In addition to having their RSVP web address and RSVP codes printed on the wedding invitations they also wanted them printed on the save the dates.
March 13th, 2014 in Invitations by Chris | Tags: customer, digital print | Comment |
January 19th, 2014 in Mighty Nice by Chris | Tags: mightyvites | 1 Comment |
2014 started out big for us here at Mightyvites. Through 2013 we worked hard on phase 1 of a redesign of our hybrid invitations website, and around the new year we completed the phase and debuted it on the web. Does mightyvites.com look different to you? If you’ve been here before then it certainly should. We’ve made significant changes to the look and feel of the site as well as to the functionality. Here’s a overview of what’s new, and a peek into why we made the changes that we did:
A fresh new look and layout
The most visible change indeed. We have new colors, a new logo, a roomier layout, and a much cleaner and classier look. We simplified by doing things like shrinking our 13 step tour down to 6. We decluttered by moving the most important info to the top of the page and less critical links to the bottom. We updated content to make our hybrid invitations concept easier to understand, and did our best to showcase all images of our invitations.
A new design gallery
Our designs have never looked more lovely when viewed together on one page. Now the gallery showcases our invitation designs in a way that is much more representative of our product. We also reworked every design page by adding gallery navigation links and a vastly improved ecommerce experience. Now customers can pick and choose the paper products they need, add them to a cart, and checkout all without first having a Mightyvites account. That makes ordering much easier, and helps us serve customers faster.
A new way to RSVP
Previously our customer’s guests were instructed to go to a unique web address at mightyvites.com in order to RSVP (e.g. frankandlucy.mightyvites.com). The addresses were cumbersome to type in the address bar, and not easily found by Google or other search engines. Now guests can RSVP by going to any public page of mightyvites.com and clicking the RSVP button at the top of the page. That’s much easier, and should make invitation RSVPs a snap.
No more trial limit
On the old site prospective customers only had 10 days to try the Mightyvites Planner and online RSVP. Now there is no limit, making it easy for users to come back at anytime and give Mightyvites a try.
Not a complete rebuild of the site, but fairly close. I’ll save you the boring tech details, but let’s just say the site is standing on new, more stable legs and is optimized for growth and performance.
November 23rd, 2013 in Invitations by Chris | Tags: customer, digital print | Comment |
Weddings are almost always a guaranteed blast within a predictable format. When that format gets changed it can be a surprise. The biggest surprise of all, however, has to be attending a wedding when you thought you were going to a party! That’s the wool our customers Alison & Gary pulled over their guests eyes with their surprise wedding.
October 23rd, 2013 in Invitations by Steph | Tags: customer, digital print | Comment |
Remember our customer who ordered the Orchids invitation with matching save the date cards? Well she didn’t stop there. We did thank you cards, too. When Sarah initially ordered save the date cards to match her wedding invitations, we knew she was a customer who appreciated the impact of an entire suite of printed material to add elegant touches to her wedding. That’s why we were thrilled (but not entirely surprised) when she later inquired about printing thank you cards to match the design of her invitations. We thought her Mightyvite turned out great, so we were happy to oblige.
September 29th, 2013 in Invitations by Steph | Tags: digital print | Comment |
One of the nicest features of online wedding invitations is the RSVP. It’s quick, easy, and guests can edit responses as the event draws nearer. It also saves your guests a trip to the post office since they don’t have to mail a physical RSVP card, and it therefore saves you postage. Another great feature is that you can post the details of your event online, which allows you to make a bounty of logistical information available to your guests— along with the usual stories and tidbits, of course! All of this is particularly useful if you are planning a wedding that includes guests from other countries. Our customers Brooke and Steve realized this, and took full advantage of everything our online wedding invitations have to offer.
Brooke and Steve live in Germany, but their wedding took place in Western Australia. Their guest list consisted mainly of addresses from the U.K., Australia, and Germany. While they wanted to utilize the convenience and functionality of online wedding invitations, they still wanted to mail paper invitations to their guests. Since hybrid invitations are our specialty, a Mightyvite was the perfect solution.