Save The Date Ideas
I am not a printer, but I'm including this page because I have gotten requests over the years for vintage images for Save The Date cards. If you have software to print your own cards, below is just one idea of how to use a vintage postcard image for a destination wedding. The standard postcard template sold in store brands or the Avery brand name is Avery® 3263. The size is 4 1/4" x 5.5" with four cards per sheet. Since the postcard image is proportionately longer and narrower, this gives you room for a margin around the card and for text at the bottom. This simple custom card would be ideal for weddings, family reunions, or any destination event.
POSTCARD SAMPLE (front and back views)
NOTE CARD SAMPLE (front and inside views)
I am not affiliated with any printers, nor do I endorse any particular company. If you want to use a vintage postcard image and incorporate it into a professionally designed and printed post card, there are several online companies that offer selections of custom Save The Date cards. Look for one that allows you to upload your own image, and if you want to incorporate the city view as well as one or more photos of yourselves, look for a multi-photo design. http://www.magnetstreet.com is one company that offers a staggering number of designs including a few multi-photo cards and large magnets (pretty cool!). I have ordered custom business cards from them in the past and was well satisfied with the service. Another great place to browse for unique cards and gifts is Kodak Gallery. Look under Weddings for the fine stationary photo cards.
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