Where Can I Order Personalized Playing Cards?

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A wide variety of companies specialise in personalised playing cards. Selections vary from business promotions to wedding favours. Options range from custom wording to having your photo superimposed on face cards. All sites offer four-color printing and the option to include custom digital photographs.

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AdMagic.com

<p>AdMagic.com offers personalised playing cards "in every shape and size"--including circles, hearts, squares, and miniatures. AdMagic.com can put your face on the face cards and print company logos on cards. The company also offers custom tuck boxes.

CustomWedding.com

<p>CustomWedding.com can place personal photos or the names of the bride and groom with the wedding date on the cards. Cards can be standard sizes, heart-shaped or minis and are designed to be used as wedding favours. The company offers 19 card colours and 28 imprint colours to choose from--including metallic gold and silver. The company's website includes examples of personalised playing cards.

PlayingCardsIndia.com

<p>PlayingCardsIndia.com offers a wide range of cards--it personalises standard playing cards, tarot cards and flash cards. The cards are printed on European card stock with a choice of gloss or dull finish and include a personalised tuck box.

YourPlayingCards.com

YourPlayingCards.com's selection of personalised playing cards includes poker, jumbo, pinochle and canasta decks. Personalised photos appear on the backs of the cards. YourPlayingCards.com does not require a minimum order and doesn't charge for set-up.

Snapfish.com

<p>Snapfish.com touts a simple, three-step ordering process for personalised playing cards--you upload a photo, choose your options and order. Each deck comes with a clear plastic case.

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