Post # 1
we made our save the dates! im getting married in early may so im a bit off on time but who cares! i know this probably isnt helpful for you other bees but i just wanted to celebrate a little he he
they are also magnets yay
Post # 3
I wanted to vote, but I actually didn’t do Save-The-Date Cards. Are you going to post pictures of yours to inspire others? We would love to see. 🙂
Post # 4
Alright, so I have tried to start two posts already to ask for advice on magnets. I haven’t received much of a response. So I’ll ask here, what computer program did you use to design the save the date magnets before printing them on the magnetic paper?
Post # 5
i just used adobe photoshop to design them (well I didnt my sister designed them) and then bought the photopaper off Oriental Trading company.
i know another bride who ordered them off of a page called……. i think magnet street?
what size magnets are you doing?
Post # 6
i might post them online, i dno i just feel funny having my face on the internet 😀
Post # 7
CaitlinRivera– We used Gimp(an open-source equivalent of photoshop) and inkscape(an open-source equivalent of Illustrator) to design ours.
Post # 8
We purchased our Save-The-Date Cards from WeddingPaperDivas – the Falling Petals collection. I think if I would have found this site sooner I would have created my Save-The-Date Cards.
Post # 9
I ordered our magnet Save-The-Date Cards at vistaprint.com when they were doing one of their free promotions. They had templates and I just customized it. I didn’t put any photos because I felt like I didn’t have any that would scale down to a business card size well.
Post # 10
We’re doing postcards. Printed on the gocco. A cute design and out monogram on the front and info on the back. Very simple brown ink on ivory cardstock.