All of our stationery suites are fully customizable, including the design and the items per suite. Our postcards are printed on a heavy 110lb cover stock in your choice of a matte or shimmer finish. Please note that even with the heavy thickness of this cardstock, postcards can get damaged in the mail. Personally, we like that postcards look like they have a bit of wear, after all, they are travel themed postcards! However, if you want them to arrive to your guests in pristine condition, we do recommend that you mail them in an envelope or clear sleeve. View pricing for additional options and get an online quote here: Get A Quote
PRICING FOR POSTCARDS:
• $1.50 per postcard (4×6”, matte cardstock)
• $1.75 per postcard (4×6”, shimmer cardstock)
• $2.00 per postcard (5×7”, matte cardstock)
• $2.75 per postcard (5×7”, shimmer cardstock)
• $0.40 per envelope (matte)
• $0.60 per envelope (shimmer)
• $0.30 per clear sleeve (4×6”)
• $0.35 per clear sleeve (4×6”)
Minimum order of 30 postcards.
• Sorry, we do not offer guest address printing directly on the postcards, envelopes only).
♥ Yes, this design can be created to be a magnet! Magnets are $2.75 each and can only have graphics on the front because the entire backside is a magnet – they will require envelopes for mailing). View our magnet listing here for more information: https://www.etsy.com/listing/489449605/magnet-save-the-date-vintage-postcard?ga_search_query=magnet&ref=shop_items_search_1&frs=1
Any of our designs can be turned into a magnet, so you can purchase any design fee for the style of postcard you like, and when we send you your get started email, you can specify then if you want them printed as postcards, or magnets.
• Postcard size: 4 x 6″ (larger postcards are available for an additional cost)
• Mailing envelope size: A6 (4.75 x 6.5″)
A boarding pass postcard save the date is a great way to excite your guests about the trip to Hawaii and your upcoming wedding! The Maui boarding pass postcard save the date is perfect for announcing your wedding in Hawaii.
The front of your wedding save the date is inspired by an airplane boarding pass. “Save the Date” is printed up the left side, with “BOARDING PASS” bold across the top. Your custom wedding information is printed to the left of the bar code with the heading “Come fly with us!” Your names are bold below and the additional details your guests will need to know in order to save the date! The destination details are repeated on the right side, to capture the look of an actual boarding pass. Don’t forget about the details — a custom wedding stamp is thoughtfully placed just overlapping the bar code. It’s details such as this that will make your boarding pass save the date postcard memorable.
The back of the boarding pass save the date postcard has a map of the Hawaiian islands in the bottom left. Above this is a little space for you to write a personal note to your guests — what could be more adorable?! This would also be a great place for an engagement photo! The right side is the perfect spot for you address the postcard save the dates and don’t forget the stamp!
Our postcard save the dates are printed on a heavy 110lb cover stock in your choice of a matte or shimmer finish. Please note that even with the heavy thickness of this cardstock postcard save the dates can get damaged in the mail. Personally, we like that save the date postcards look like they have a bit of wear, after all, they are travel themed postcards! However, if you want them to arrive to your guests in pristine condition, we do recommend that you mail them in an envelope or clear sleeve. These unique postcard save the dates will leave a lasting impression on your guests.
Looking for a wedding Save the Date that will set the theme of your wedding day and begin to build the anticipation of the blessed event? Save the Date announcements are a great way to inform your guests of your upcoming commitment and have them reserve your special day before the formal invitations are sent. For guests traveling from out of town, this provides them with enough advance notice to start making travel arrangements. And, for those guests with especially busy lives, a save the date is the perfect way to have them reserve the day for your wedding.
Sending your wedding Save the Date is up to you. If you’re planning a destination wedding, then we suggest sending the Save the Date one year in advance or as soon as possible. For local weddings, six months in advance of the big day should provide enough advance notice.