Post # 1
I have a file of my save the dates and I just need to get them printed (hopefully through a website or if not, in new york city).
Does anyone know of a vendor I can give the file and have my save the date magnets printed??????
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2009 - St. Thomas of Villanova Church & the F.U.E.L. House
I just Googled "save the date printing," and a bunch of (hopefully helpful!) options came up!
Post # 4
My local Staples is doing mine for me. I’m sure Kinkos will too. If you have an inkjet, there is magnet paper you can buy also
Post # 5
http://www.magnetstreet.com i got my magnet save the dates for a great price and the website is awesome, it is virtual and you can see your finished product before you place the order.
Post # 6
I used Magnet Street as well for my save the date magnets and LOVED them. They offer good size magnets with envelopes so they’re totally mailable. They also are way more affordable than anyone else I found (and I did a lot of research!)
They also have coupon codes you can google online so I saved an additional 10%
Post # 7
I used Magnet Street too. I had a blast trying out all the different styles, changing colors and fonts, and adding my pictures. Check them out – you may find some designs you really like! Remember, you can change up the colors with those too!.
Post # 8
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
You can submit your own files through Magnet Street, also; you don’t have to use their designs (although I like their designs! I used one of them! :). VistaPrint is also a good place to do these if you have your own file.
Post # 9
I was going to say Magnet Street or Vista Print are two companies that can do this for you…
Post # 10
I also vote for Magnet Street!
Post # 11
I just got my Save-The-Date Cards printed at Vistaprints.com. For $35 I am getting 50 STD magnets custom printed with my design, a custom name/address stamp with ink (free, we just pay shipping), and a Just Married! car magnet with our names and the wedding date over a picture of a tux (free, we just pay shipping). The $35 is WITH shipping for all 3 objects. I feel like I’ve gotten an awesome deal!
Post # 12
Those of you who made your own, what program did you use? Photoshop?
Post # 13
printmything.com has the cheapest rates for custom magnets. most websites have templates that you use and if u want to customize it, they charge you super expensive set up fees.
Post # 14
Those of you who did not use MagnetStreet.com, where did you get the envelopes for the magnets? That website includes the matching envelope. Do you have any suggestions??