Post # 1
I designed our Save the Date magnets using a picture from our engagement session and would like to get as many eyes on them as possible before sending them out! (I have a terrible habit of mailing things out with typos…) What do you all think? Any changes you’d suggest? Do you think we should include the location or is a link to the website enough?
Thanks in advance, hive! 🙂
Post # 6
Very nice! I really like the photo concept. =)
I don’t think you need to put the location on there. Just having the web address should be sufficident. I’d suggest dropping the “http://” part of the website though since it’s a bit redundant. Also, not sure if you know this but the web address doesn’t seem to work yet.
Post # 7
this is REALLY cool!! I think if your guests are tech saavy theyn you’re fine with what you have there (seriously I’m jealous).
buuut if you know Great-Aunt Eileen is not going to hop on the website, I might add it on
Post # 8
I think that save the date was absolutely perfect as is 😀 Cute!! 😉
Post # 9
How awesome! LOVE how you used Jenga to list the date. SO creative!
Post # 10
So cute!! It looks perfect! Love the use of jenga blocks
Post # 11
Thanks everyone! Y’all are too sweet!
@As_You_Wish: Good call, I’ll take out the http. And yeah, I still need to finish the website. 🙂
Post # 12
How did you do these yourself?
Post # 13
Wow, this is awesome! Perfect!
Post # 14
I LOVE THIS!!
i have to make and send mine out, but no idea when to do it -__-
Post # 15
This is awesome! I love it!
Post # 16
its perfect! good work! I think if there are a few great aunts ect. that you know are not going to check out the website it might be nice to write them a quick little hand written thing just to give them some more info. Assuming there are only a handfull it shouldn’t take too long.
We have been thinking about doing magnets also, Do youmind if I ask who you went through for the printing? I have been looking at Vistaprint and it appears that postcard size with envelopes are going to be about $1.15 per, does that sound right to everyone else?