Post # 1
So I’m trying to decide what style STD I want to use. I really like the idea of postcards- partially because postage is cheaper, but also because I love getting postcards in the mail!
For those of you who have done postcards, what did you put on the back on the card? obviously half for the postage/address, but what about on the other side?
Post # 3
On the lefthand side of our Save-The-Date Cards we showed a calendar of June and circled our date. Below the calendar we gave our names, and other general wedding info.
Post # 4
This is what the back of our STD postcards looked like:
The front had one of our engagement pics on it.
Post # 5
We left ours blank, except for our date 3.17.12 across the top. I ordered through vistaprint for free and you had to pay extra to add stuff on the back, haha. I dont know, I guess I usually imagine postcards to have the picture on the front, and unless you write a long letter on the back, they’re normally blank besides the address.
Post # 6
I just typed a little note with our website on the back of ours:
Post # 8
I had an image on the front with “save the date” a pic of me and Fiance and the number 6.23.2012 on the front…on the back I had all of our info: A & A are getting married at abc location in xyz city
I included something like “kindly save the date for the marriage of…” and I aldo had our wedding website.
Post # 10
These were our post cards!
Post # 11
Hahaha love the last one. Really cute 🙂
Love them all, the post card style is so adorable!!
Post # 12
@DeathByDesign: I LOVE these!! Who designed them??
Post # 13
I really hadn’t thought too much about postcards as STD above and beyond any other option. But then, the USPS gave me the clear sign that I need postcards as my Save-The-Date Cards. That said, I have no idea what I’ll say on the left half.
Post # 14
Mine are plastered all over the place but only cause I love love love them so much!
Printed on Vistaprint for $6 in shipping costs. Embellished by my “happy” workers and me. 🙂
And on the front our STD photo shoot pics
Post # 15
This is what ours looked like. I blurred our personal information but you get the idea 🙂
Post # 16
Here’s mine… I greyed out all the areas that the Post Office needed while I was designing them then took out the grey areas before sending them to the printer.