By overwhelming request, we are offering our unique postcard designs as magnets!
(Purchase this listing, and put a link to the style of postcard save the date from our store you would like to have customized as a magnet in the “message to seller” box at checkout. We will also email you a design form to get the details for your magnet) Note, because the entire back of the save the date is a magnet, all wording and details will be on the front only.
View pricing for additional options and get an online quote here: Get A Quote
PRICING FOR MAGNETS:
• $2.75 per magnet
• $0.40 per matte mailing envelope
• $0.60 per shimmer mailing envelope
Minimum order of 40 magnets/envelopes.
• Magnet size: 4.25 x 5.5″ (mails in a A2 sized envelope)
(larger magnets are available for an additional cost)
Printing takes approximately 10 business days after final artwork is approved (excluding holidays)
A vintage travel postcard is a great way to excite your guests about the trip and your upcoming wedding, and is ready to go right on their fridge!
Our large letter vintage save the date cards is perfect for announcing your destination wedding. Each large letter has an iconic image associated with your destination – make your bubble letters even more unique and include an engagement photo of you and your fiancé. Give a shout-out to your favorite diner, show and attraction or let your guest know how your fiancé proposed. Below your story, your wedding information informs your guests of the details they need to know for now – when, who and where, your wedding website and the formal invitation is to come. These unique save the date cards will leave a lasting impression on your guests. Looking for a 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 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.