(Closed) Save the Date Magnet recommendations

posted 10 years ago in DIY
Post # 3
1061 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

I used Fresh Impressions. There was no fee for a custom design, but some of the magnets were cut a little crooked. They sent plenty of extras though, so it wasn’t a problem.

Post # 4
359 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

We used magnetstreet for our Save-The-Date Cards and designed our own. In case, you choose to use them, here’s our experience:

We just used a pic from our e-shoot and added text on top of the pic. The quality was great, but we did have issues with getting the file to fit their specifications. We had to go back and forth ALOT and each time they would come up with a new spec that the file needed to fit that was NOT outlined on the website.

Thankfully my fiance handled that whole issue, but it was starting to get stressful. Again, the finished product was high quality (strong magnet, full bleed, glossy bright color, etc) and our guests all thought it was a great idea, but I’m not sure if it’s worth the hassle.

Post # 5
67 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

You can buy magnet paper that can go through printer and can be cut easily with scissors. We bought ours from Ebay and designed our own in Photoshop. We have done 70 for $20!!

Post # 6
7 posts
  • Wedding: August 2008

I used VistaPrint.com and was really happy with how it came out. I just designed  the magnet on Microsoft Publisher (found a cute image on Google Images) and saved it as a jpeg. VistaPrint let’s you upload your own design and then prints it on magnets or whatever cardstock you want.

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