Planning an event is so stressful, isn’t it? There are so many social rules to navigate, not to mention all the tiny details that you never even thought about before planning an event of this magnitude. We’re here to help with a few tips to streamline your save the date magnet planning process a bit. Do include your wedding website We can’t recommend this enough! It will help you avoid tons of phone calls, texts, and emails from guests all wondering the same things (“Where
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Tips and trends for your save the dates and invitations.
Your save the date magnets will likely be the first chance to showcase the theme of your wedding to your guests. It’s so important to make a great impression to get your guests excited about celebrating your big day! A save the date is a fantastic place to introduce your wedding colors, fonts, and style. Here are a few of our favorite trends in save the date magnets recently: Edge- to- edge photos We love when a photo covers the whole magnet. What better
Save the dates are still relatively new as far as event stationery goes, so there aren’t as many fixed rules for their structure. However, we’ve been designing save the dates for quite a while, and have encountered many people that have tried to include too much information on their magnets, and even some people that haven’t included enough. Here’s a general idea of what should and should not be included on your save the date magnets: Include your names We know this sounds obvious,
The envelopes for your save the dates are likely the very first thing your guests will see related to your wedding. To make the best impression possible, we have some tips for organizing your address list and how to make everything look neat and tidy. Names Naturally, names come first! You’ll want to decide whether or not to include prefixes (ex: Mr., Mrs., Ms.). If your event is leaning to the casual side, you can forgo these; but otherwise, we recommend using them. Typically, the
Invitations are such a crucial element to all major events—weddings, birthday parties, general celebrations. And yet, people are often surprised by how much detail goes into creating them. Sometimes it’s even tough for those who are gifted creatively to wrap their brains around. There’s so much etiquette to follow and so many bits of information to convey to your guests, it’s hard to know what goes where, let alone what you want the invitation itself to look like. With so many options out there, it
A save the date should be sent out for any major event; and the host of that event gets to decide on all the little details. One of those little details happens to be whether to send out a save the date magnet or a save the date card. In recent years, save the date magnets have become increasingly popular; this likely due to the many advantages of a magnet over a card. Magnets are functional Guests can use them to hold up other information