Quick and easy Save the Dates

Posted on March 17, 2009. Filed under: the goods |

Back before I started obsessing over fonts and stressing over text, I threw together our Save the Dates in about 10 minutes.  They’re not the most amazing, unusual, surprising or unbelievable Save the Dates, but they are cute and they were quick.  And cheap.

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That’s the front, created by adding a single line of text to one of our engagement pictures.

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I used VistaPrint and am very happy with the quality and price.  I signed up for their email specials, and while they do spam you a bit (Daily emails?  C’mon!), you can dig through them all to find the best deal when you’re ready to order.  I only paid for shipping.  Yup, I got 100 full color postcards for $12.00!

So there you go.  You can, if you so desire (and have the skills) make fabulous Save the Dates, but if you lack either and have one great picture and 10 minutes, you can have happy ones.

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3 Responses to “Quick and easy Save the Dates”

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Those look great!

Who needs the muss and fuss (and expense!) of letterpress STDs? Hell, I didn’t even send any. lol.

Good job!

I liked them.

[…] And, of course, you all know by now that I used the heck out of our e-pics as the easiest STD’s ever. […]


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