Post # 1
Another save the date question…
For those of you who bought save the date magnets, do you mind posting which company you used and how you would rate the quality of the magnets? And if you did DIY magnets, do you mind posting the brand of magnet paper you used and how you would rate the quality of the magnets? Thanks!
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Post # 4
I ordered mine from Vistaprint.com and they’re awesome. They’re inexpensive and the site offers a wide variety of cute designs, so they’re bound to have one that matches your color scheme. I also got to put our picture on them for free. The magnets are great quality. Check it out!
Post # 5
I ordered my save the date magnets from Vistaprint and they were crazy cheap! Using a coupon, I got them for less than $1 a piece. I really like the quality and think the style I chose looks very classy. Everyone who has seen them has given me compliments.
Post # 6
I also used vistaprint. It came out to about $25 for 30. The quality was oh-kay. I used our own picture with a calendar and the pixelage wasn’t that great so our photo wasn’t super clear or anything. And I thought the magnet was thinner/flimsier than I thought. But overall, I am satisfied with it, seeing that when you stick it on the fridge, it doesn’t matter how thick or thin it is!
Post # 7
Used Vistaprint, the quality was really great! (it looks better in person, this pic was taken with my phone)
Post # 8
Another bee that used vistaprint and had a good experience. We ordered 200, and they all turned out really well. Stuck well to the fridge, nice color and photo quality, and cheap and fast. They get my vote. 🙂
Post # 9
Wow, I didn’t even know Zazzle did STD magnets until today…
And I think I totally underestimated the quality of Vistaprint magnets!!! The ones that are posted are so cute!
Post # 10
Has anyone used Storkie? I found designs I just love but can’t find any reviews about thier magnets.
Post # 11
This might be a silly question, but when sending save the date magnets that are post card size do you have to send them in an envelope or can you just address and stamp the back of them?
Post # 12
@globalmargaret: I never thought about it, but I’d ugess you’d still have to stick them in an envelope. If you’re really interested, I’d go to the post office and check with them to be sure!
Post # 13
I used Wedding Paper Divas and I’d give them 10/10.
@globalmargaret: You’d have to put them in an envelope.
Post # 14
Vistaprint…The quailty come out way better than expected:
Post # 15
I’ve only gotten samples so far but the MagnetStreet magnets look nice. I’m waiting for my proof to come in the mail.
Post # 16
excuse the crappy photo quality…Cellphone pics