Post # 1
If you’re already married, what did you do with all your wedding cards? Did you keep them? If they were thrown out, how long did you keep them before tossing them? I’m debating whether to keep them or not since we’re trying to get rid of the unnecessary clutter before we move.
Post # 2
we still have them. they’re in a box in storage, so i haven’t done anything with them yet, but i would like to.
Post # 3
We still have them. They are in a little box right now but I plan on hole punching them and putting them in a Nice binder.
Post # 4
I’m not married yet, but I plan to do something like this:
DIY | Wedding Card Keepsake Album
Post # 5
We bought our own champagne for the toasts and we got a wooden box with it. that’s now our wedding box with a copy of each invitation, menu, order or service, our wedding cards, a favour etc.
Post # 6
I had a small wedding so we didn’t get too man cards so at this point I will probably put them in our scrapbook. Stick the back of the card to a page so we can still open the card and read it. If we get a lot more as we are going to my parents house/hometown for labor day, I’ll probably just do the same thing and make more pages for them. Good luck!
Post # 7
We still have them and are looking forward to re-reading them on our first anniversary next week! 🙂
Post # 8
We tossed them after reading. I am not sentimental about cards.
Post # 9
I currently have our cards in a box and then going to create an “album” with them. I just need to get around to doing it… 🙂
Post # 10
I’m planning on doing something like the tutorial BMoreBecc posted and make a small book of the cards! Either that or paste them into a scrapbook/smash book as mrsfry2015 posted.
Post # 11
We have them in an album made to put greeting cards in.
Post # 12
I’m not married yet, but we’ll most likely toss them. If they are super personalized (ie handmade or with a long personal note) then I might stick them in an album but otherwise they’ll head to the recycling bin asap. Most are just cookie cutter hallmarks with some pre-printed sentiment and a signature. They’re nice but i hate clutter and knick knacks.
ETA: I’m very sentimental, but I’ve had to learn that you can’t keep everything.
Post # 13
- Wedding: September 2012 - Southern California
We made a little book with ours 🙂
Post # 14
I put ours in a small album. I think their a nice keepsake.
Post # 15
I still have all of mine in a box. Now would be the perfect time to do something with them as I’m bored and need a project!!