Post # 1
To save money, Fiance and I want to send paper or postcard Save-The-Date Cards to our guests while give the magnet versions to our local family and bridal party. Is it okay? Buying only magnets costs a lot of money (don’t forget postage costs).
Post # 3
@BeeRod527: It sounds fine to me, as long as you keep the magnets to just family and bridal party, i don’t see why not!
Post # 4
That’s a great idea I think!!! Gives me an idea, as we wanted to do magnets but they are pricey. maybe I’ll just send them to certain people!!
Post # 5
Try the magnetstreet website. We did all magnets (over 85), and I don’t recall the price being more than a couple of hundred dollars or so? We kept them modern and small (business card size, with rounded corners)… Because, well, no one wants a life-size version of anyone’s face on their refrigerator. LoL
The bestman has another one next to ours for a different couple, and it’s HUGE. I’m sure those do cost an arm and a leg. However, we all found it tacky to expect people to put something so obnoxiously large on display in their home, for what should be a very simple STD.
Post # 6
@smv22114: Fiance didn’t like anything on Magnet Street. Plus, whatever picture we use on the STD might be too small anyway.
@pengoala: I was afraid this would be “tacky”. I talked to my mom about it and she said she doesn’t need an STD magnet. She prefer an 8 x 10 picture for the living room instead.
Post # 7
@BeeRod527: Yeah, I guess that makes sense! Hmm…so maybe everyone gets a regular STD and then special gifts for family and bridal party?
Post # 8
@BeeRod527: Try savethedateoriginals.com Their magnets are custom and you get three free proofs and they are cheap!