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Dedicated January 2021

Save to Date

Erin, on May 25, 2020 at 3:35 PM Posted in Planning 0 22
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Any good websites to order save to date?

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  • Taylor
    Savvy August 2020
    Taylor ·
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    Vistaprint! Mine came out beautifully! And arrived promptly.
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  • Jana
    Rockstar June 2023
    Jana Online ·
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    Vistaprint.They have sales all the time.
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  • Hannah
    Rockstar July 2019
    Hannah ·
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    Vistaprint, Shutterfly, Ann's Bridal Bargains, Zazzle, and Minted are some of the most popular places to buy save the dates/invitations.
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    Chloe ·
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    I went through Costco and made mine. Ita pretty affordable
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  • Mindy
    Devoted November 2020
    Mindy ·
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    We got ours on Shutterfly with a substantial discount since they’re constantly having sales. We did our invites through them too.
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  • V
    Master July 2019
    Veronica ·
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    We got ours from VistaPrint. My husband designed them then we just uploaded our own design. They weren't very expensive as they often have sales. They came very quickly as well.

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  • Jasmine
    Rockstar February 2021
    Jasmine ·
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    We're getting our save the dates from Etsy. We'll be getting our invites from somewhere else though. Zazzle is also a really good site. They always have some kind of sale going on.

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  • Nefetera
    Rockstar March 2015
    Nefetera ·
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    Amazon has very nice invitations and STDs ....also theres a free website called paperlesspost.com where all invites and STD are electronics depending on your crowd of ppl itll come thru email...some are free and some arent. The ones that arent free below cheap
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  • Shakima
    Beginner July 2021
    Shakima ·
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    I had ordered every thing from Zazzle and I customized everything from wording etc even designs. If you need help they have Rep to help you. If you do not like how your design came out you can always get your money back at any time.
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  • L
    Devoted July 2022
    Lisa ·
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    We bought ours from Etsy! We weren't able to take our engagement pictures before sending out our Save The Dates, so we ended up purchasing engraved wood pieces from shop UniqueEngravedGifts on Etsy. They turned out well! These are the ones we bought: https://www.etsy.com/listing/219572980/save-the-date-magnet-save-the-date?ref=yr_purchases
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  • Ashley
    Expert October 2020
    Ashley ·
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    I did zazzle, but I think all the sites are about the same. Flip through a few and see what designs you like, and go from there. All the sites have deals at different times too. Once I settled on zazzle, I saved my design, and stalked the website until a 60% off deal came up. 🤓
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  • Kerin
    Rockstar February 2021
    Kerin ·
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    I used zazzle...they had a 50% off coupon, so I went ahead and ordered invitations and rsvps early, ended up only paying for the invitations that way.
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  • Rachel
    Beginner August 2020
    Rachel ·
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    Basic invite!! The STD and invites turned out beautiful!
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  • Christina
    Beginner June 2021
    Christina ·
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    Ann’s Bridal Bargain
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  • M
    Savvy November 2020
    Marah ·
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    We are using vista print because it fits the budget


    But if money is no issue then Etsy 100%
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  • Sarah
    Just Said Yes May 2022
    Sarah ·
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    Minted or Etsy!
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  • Christina
    Savvy May 2021
    Christina ·
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    We used simplypaperco she’s amazing her invitations and save the dates literally blew me away how beautiful they are!
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  • Marisa
    VIP October 2020
    Marisa ·
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    Zaazle! Wait for a 50% off promo
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  • Alythea
    Dedicated May 2020
    Alythea ·
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    Greenvelope.com It’s a virtual invitation that you can sent through email are text it opens up just like and envelope literally I loved it and my family love it as well. You can customized as much as you want and can make sure people RSVP on time you can track who opened it and didn’t. It’s free for first 10 people you send invitation to then you have to paid which it not that expensive at all unlike paper invitation.
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  • C
    Dedicated June 2021
    Christina ·
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    We used Vistaprint for our Save the Dates. Actually, I’m still waiting on delivery of our postponement cards from there too, which should have already gotten here, come to think of it!
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