(Closed) save the date magnets

posted 9 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
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369 posts
Helper bee

I think the magnet is self-explanatory. You might want to include a note to those you are really close to. Anytime I have gotten a save-the-date (including magnets), it’s only a magnet in the envelope. However you can include a note if you want and if you have time.

Post # 4
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch

The magnet is definitely self-explanatory! You can put a note if you want to, but not necessary. I just sent these out yesterday; no note!

Post # 7
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98 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: January 2010

My magnets were mounted to something but the process was realtively painless (and could be done in an hour or two.) I bought cards from JoAnn Fabrics made by Wilton Print (to be used in your printer) and clear photo corners. I used the online template (by Wilton print) to create the card. First, I printed the cards. Then, I put the photo corners on the edges of the magnet (with the sticky part facing down) and adhered them to the cards. I then printed out all the envelopes.  I think I spent about $6 on the cards and photo corners (for 50 save the dates).  

If you are in a rush to get them out, or don’t want the hassle of another project, it’s just fine to put them into an envelope.  As far as personalized notes go, I did not do that, the only thing that was different about my save the dates was the address on the envelope.  I did the card also because i needed to add some information that wasn’t on our magnet (our website, the words "formal invitation to follow").  Good luck with whatever you decide.

 

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