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  • #361009

    bs942
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    Has any body found a reasonably priced supplier for their save the dates? I really like the letterpressed designs but I am finding theyre so expensive!

    #361069

    I got mine from wedding paper divas. I paid just over $2 each for save the date magnets with envelopes. I was really happy with them!

    #361071

    DankiStar
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    I did all of mine on VistaPrint – super cheap

    #361645

    If you’re a little artsy you could create your own save-the-dates with photoshop and then print them out as photos and mail them as they are…

    #362225

    bs942
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    Thanks girls! I managed to get my save the dates rolled into my invitations package. I went to a local provider who was really helpful and bundled everything which made the costs of things come down :-)

    #386203

    i ordered mine fron vistaprint.com.au (they often have huge sales and free samples so take advantage of that)  then i did my own heat embossing, and raised embossing designs on them… i ordered 60 of them, and it cost me aprox $50.. and thats including the costs of the embossing powder and stamps for the heat embossing.

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