"I used a picture of a flower that I photographed and was delighted with the way it turned out on my note cards. With Shutterfly everything is always terrific! Love Shutterfly!"
"Everyone LOVED these save the dates... and shipping was awesome..."
"This was a length process in determining which save the date we wanted to use, just due to the amount of options. These were perfect! I wasn't too much, but got the point across. I am so excited about them, and the price made it even better!"
"We made these as wedding save the dates and I loved that we were able to edit so many aspects of it to make it exactly what we wanted. The photos turned out well and it was all reasonably priced. I paid a little extra to have our return address printed on each envelope but it was worth it in time saved!"
"Our save the date magnets came out beautiful. They aren't as stiff as I thought they would be, they're a little more flexible. However, it doesn't take away from the quality of the photos on the magnet."
Knowing when to send your save the date cards and questions to ask your wedding photographer are crucial for any wedding preparation. Without them, the wedding invitations may not get sent out until too late, and some people who would have loved to have been at your wedding will have already made plans to do something else. For a unique option that will guarantee people will remember, consider sending out save the date magnets to everyone you want on your big day.
There are plenty of ways to let people know when your wedding date is so that they can mark it down on their calendars. The great thing about magnets is that your guests are likely to put them on their fridges. That way any time they go to grab something to eat, they are reminded of the impending nuptials. This can be a major asset over sending an email because messages can get forgotten, deleted or sent to the spam folder.
Another reason to send save the date magnets is that it gives your guests a souvenir to remember the occasion. However, something to keep in mind is that even when you use save the dates, you still need to send the actual wedding invitation. The magnets are just meant for people to know when the big day is and get accommodations if necessary. The invitations will have more concrete details. Save the dates should go out about six months before the wedding while invitations need to go out about two months prior.
A vast array of magnets is available, and you can completely customize the one you want to come with a loving picture of you and your future husband or wife. If you are looking for more traditional cards, then see what flat save the dates are available. Save the date magnets are a lot of fun, so order plenty today.