Post # 1
We at first weren’t going to do Save the dates because we didn’t really need it. Now our wedding falls on the last weekend of most kids spring break. So we thought we should do them.
My questions are:
1. Anyone know where you can get cheap, good quality magnet save the dates?
and 2. Do we stick our wedding website on the magnets or no??
Post # 3
We put our website on our Save-The-Date Cards, I think it’s helpful.
Post # 4
We ended up not doing magnets but on our paper save the dates we definately had our wedding website on there. I think its a great idea so that people can learn where and when the wedding will be…we also have our registry information on there and our hotel blocks.
Post # 5
I ordered magnet Save-The-Date Cards from magnetstreet.com and was pretty happy with them. I definitely recommend putting your website on the magnets (and then putting your registry information on the website), although I can speak from experience that many people won’t bother going out to your website anyway.
Post # 6
We put our wedding website on the Save-The-Date Cards so that people could look up information before the wedding. It’s a good thing too since I basically forgot to put them in the invitation.
Post # 7
Thanks bees for all the advice!
Post # 8
Yes, I think you should put the wedding website on the Save-The-Date Cards. That will be very helpful to your guests.
Post # 9
I plan to. Some guests will enjoy it.
Post # 10
I definitely think you should put the website on the Save-The-Date Cards. Otherwise there’s not any way for most of your guests to find out about the website. Good options are magnetstreet.com, savethedatemagnet.com, and zazzle.com. Also, you could go to a FedEx Office and print directly onto magnet paper and save some money that way.
Post # 11
i just put our names and the date and then the website on ours. i attatched it to a card that will say (when i get around to prionting them) formal invitation to follow, the location blah blah blah
Post # 12
Yes – I would put the website on your save the dates. I bought mine from Vistaprint – they were postcards, but I know Vistaprint does magnets as well. I was very happy with them and they arrived much sooner than I expected!
Post # 13
We put our website on there, and on our website we have detailed information of the event, loding, travel, and links to our registry.
I also installed Google Analytics on the page so that we can see who is visiting. We can basically tell exactly who visited based on the geographic location. Heh heh heh.
Post # 14
We put our wedding website on the Save-The-Date Cards we sent postcards though not magnets. but i think thats a great idea!