Post # 1
These are my Save the date magnets
I used magnets that I purchased from Staples. $7.99 a pack with 4 sheets in them. I created a template in Microsoft Publisher, stocked up on in and started printed. I made 8 per sheet so they weren’t as big as postcard but werent as small as business card. I think the size came out perfect. My theme is the Asian Double Happiness so I incorporated the sign and my wedding colors are apple red, gold and black.
Tell me what you think
Post # 3
Aw that picture is so cute! I like it, but I don’t like the font too much. I think they should all be one font (the “Visit our Website” font is different from the rest, etc.) But otherwise it looks so pretty! And it’s a smart idea too.
Post # 4
Thanks, I did the visit our website in a different font just to make sure that everyone old and young was able to read it clearly and our website is very long. The magnet measurement is 4″x2.5″. I will try with the same fancy font and see how it reads .
Post # 5
@kvassell1987: The alignment of “Kay and DJ” looks a bit off compared to what’s above it. I would center it a bit more.
I find the fancy font a bit hard to read.. I’d use the same font as the website one.
The picture is nice but it looks a bit serious lol. I’d want something a little more cheerful, but that’s just me.
ETA: I think the “of” in “for the wedding of” should be lowercase to be consistent. You didn’t capitalize “the” so I don’t think “of” should be capitalized either.
I love magnets so I think it’s a cute idea!
Post # 6
@canarydiamond: Thanks for catching that of.
The one I posted on here doesn’t have our exact names. His name is longer on the actual one I am sending out, He is in the military so for security reason’s I couldn’t post his real name, I instead used his initials and forgot to realign to post on here. I also took out the location of our wedding and our website.
I agree about the seriousness of the pic (lol) —he is working on his smile —he never smiles always serious looking in the face (always in army mode) .