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What customers have to say about our Save the Date

December 12, 2017

came out beautiful

"Awesome Save the Dates! Very impressed"

December 10, 2017

Beautiful!!

"The script and photo turned out beautiful!!! Loved it!!"

December 9, 2017

Exactly what I wanted!

"I cannot wait to send these out to my family and friwnds"

December 6, 2017

save the dates

"Loved this design and they turned out so well. Changing colors were easy and they looked fantastic"

December 4, 2017

Clean and Simple

"I liked that I could add multiple photos to the card. The design is clean and simple, and the paper was of good quality. The back we were able to customize a bit as well."

Foil Save The Date

In the past, foil stamping was used primarily on business cards or letterheads. The thought was that the metallic finish created an industrial look for a more professional feel. Such cold-hearted professionalism has no place is the warm-fuzzy world of invitations and cards, right? Wrong! Today, foil stamping is a terrific option to consider when trying to present a high-quality image and convey the importance of the message that a card contains. What message could be more important to share than news of a big event?

Foil printing has found a home in the invitation and greeting card industry with save the date cards. Typically, these cards are reserved for those events where attendance is (at least perceived to be) more mandatory than optional. For example, you may not care if your third-cousin-who-you-last-saw-three-years-ago makes it to your wedding, but you’ll certainly want your favorite aunt to be there. Given the importance of your event, foil printing is the ideal format to use to convey your message.

Foil Stamped Points to Ponder

Remember these foil tips when crafting your save the date cards:

• While foil prints are usually done in metallic colors, they can also create a stunning look when done in white set against a dark-colored background.
• Choose a thicker style of paper when using a foil print. This helps to avoid issues with the pressing of the print, and creates an elegant imprinted final feel.
• Limit your foil printing to line art and wording. Trying to get too artistic will not only cost more, but may take much longer to complete.

Remember, too, that you aren’t done dispersing your invites after having sent your save the date cards. These are meant to serve only as a placeholder until having received your actual wedding invitations. Whether the event you’re celebrating is a wedding, graduation, or baptism, you’ll need to convey the specific details of the occasion to those you hope will attend in your invitations. Also, don’t forget to send out wedding thank you cards after the event is over.

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