Save the Dates

10:23 AM

I am so excited that a lot of our guests have started receiving their save the dates! I mailed them out on Monday and I think a good chunk of people got theirs last night!

All ready to be sent out!

I decided to make Save the Date magnets because I figured it would be easier for people to keep up with them and you can always use another magnet! I designed them using Photoshop and then uploaded them to Vistaprint. We really got the best deal ever on these magnets.


I wanted the envelopes to mimic the Save the Dates, so I addressed everyone's names in the same font as "Save the Date" and then used the same font for the addresses as I did for the additional information. I think they turned out great and look just formal enough. I definitely didn't want our save the date envelopes to be as fancy as our invitations.


When I ordered the save the dates, I was also able to get 250 business cards for free! I decided to use these for our photo share cards. I created a website on Shutterfly so after the wedding our guests will be able to access the website to share and view photos.


I also submitted the bridesmaid dress order! Another big check out of the way! I can't wait for them to come in. I know they're all going to look so gorgeous in those dresses!

Now it really feels like the wedding is just around the corner! Especially since today our countdown now has a 1 in front! 199 days and 4 weddings before we get married!

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3 comments

  1. They look so great!
    We looked into magnets but ended up making ours postcards!!!
    Hope you embossing wasn't too bad!

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  2. Hi there. Would you be willing to share the font you used? I stumbled on your blog after searching for save the date magnets. You're look amazing.

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  3. Hi! I used Some Weatz. The best part is it's a free download.
    Here's the link:
    http://www.dafont.com/some-weatz.font?fpp=50&sort=pop

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