Post # 1
I can’t figure it out: how do people include their hotel information on the back of photocard save the dates like those offered by sites like vistaprint/shutterfly/weddingpaperdivas/minted etc.?? Two people I know of sent out Save-The-Date Cards like this with stickers on the back with the hotel info, but did they buy stickers at an office supply store and print them off home printers or do those sites offer this service somewhere I can’t find? What protocol am I clueless on here? Is there a better way to do it (esp you DIY savvy brides)? Can anybody help dopey old me out? THANKS!!!!!!!!!!
Post # 3
My guess is they printed the lables at home. If you don’t want to worry about it, you can put the hotel info and stuff on your wedding site, then just put that on the STD. It would probably save time…and definitley money. = )
Post # 4
They probably did it at home…you can buy blank lables at like office max.
Post # 5
You can add text to the back by adding a text box, when you initially designing the postcard, above it is some editing ribbon and then above that there is front or back. You click on back, then add a text box and type. Good luck!
Post # 6
Oh and you can purchase various size and colored (usually white or clear) stickers/labels at staples, office max, etc. You can go to the avery website and they’ll give you a word extension so that you can use their templates: http://www.avery.com/avery/en_us/Templates-%26-Software/Templates
You input your information, format it (font, size, and color, perhaps even a picture), and load your printer with the sheet of labels and print them off. The word extension and template allows you to set your margins on the sheet of printouts.
Post # 7
Thanks everyone!!!! I’ll get on it now that I know how to proceed.