Post # 1
To save costs, Fiance and I have decided to go with emailed Save-The-Date Cards and then paper invitations later. I came across this site, I guess you can call it an app? Anyway, I really liked the idea at first but now that I’m done with it, I wonder……does it look super cheesy? What do you think?
Post # 3
That is so cute! I love it! I don’t think it’s cheesy at all.
Post # 4
@chewah: I think its really awesome! Ive never seen anything like it before. I sent save the dates via email and facebook to the out of town people so they would have a heads up. Others already knew the date and probably wouldnt need advance notice to book hotel etc. I think its a really cool thing you couldnt do with paper. I wish I would have known about it back then!
Post # 5
I love it! I don’t think it’s cheesy though! I do think there’s a typo early on though. Should it say 2003 instead of 2013 when you graduate high school? 🙂
Post # 6
Not cheesy, cute idea & money saver!
Post # 7
really cute but it did take awhile to get to the point and the actual “save the date” part. Maybe I’m just impatient 🙂
Post # 8
I like it! I was a bit confused that I had to keep scrolling down to read through it (I don’t know why I couldn’t figure this out at first!) so maybe a little disclaimer when you send it to people?
Also there’s a typo- it says you finished highschool in 2013!
Post # 10
Love it! (Others have already pointed out the date mis-type.)
Post # 11
Thanks everyone! This makes me really happy and excited. 🙂 I’ve had it done for a while but I was really hesitant on sending it out. I showed it to one friend and she said it was cute as well, but I wasn’t sure if she was just saying that as to not hurt my feelings. I needed some unbiased opinions. lol.
And yes, I meant to say we graduated in 2003. Thanks for catching that @whitarens and @ginmar!! I don’t know how many times I’ve looked over it and didn’t see that.
Post # 12
I don’t think it’s cheesy but I do think it’s a little cumbersome to figure out. Maybe I’m a dolt. But I did a lot of scrolling around to try to get it to work. So some non computer savy guests (aka older guests and me!) might not get it. And there was one slide with white writing that was hard to read with the light background. Maybe just make a point to make sure your less computer savy relatives know what’s going on?
Post # 14
this is so cool! definitely send them, they’re really sweet! 🙂
Post # 16
Cute and unique! I agree you should give a disclaimer about scrolling though.