Be nice. Or else.
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I've found PrimoPress/PrimoCards (primopress.com / primocards.com) to be exceptional. Used them back when they were called UVCards.
They just opened up the letterpress arm of the company and we recently used them to print new cards. Reasonably inexpensive for what we asked, very high quality, and they went out of their way to get the paper weight just right by duplexing their own paper in-house.
You can get through a surprising amount in just an hour, so I like to think I'd be able to provide at least that much value in 60 minutes :)
I've not used this one specifically, but it looks very similar to Susy, which I have used extensive. It is, by far, my favorite way to build a responsive grid. Everything stays in SCSS/CSS and you don't end up fighting with the grid (i.e., you can break out of it easily when you need to).
I'm not saying you need a designer, or even to spend a lot of money. There are plenty of free and very inexpensive options out there that will at least take you a step beyond 'default Bootstrap'. A prototype—as I mentioned—would be an appropriate use case, but beyond that, a little effort would be good.