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Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Another Book to Flip Through


Now a few posts ago I indicated that Save the Date cards were a casual heads up to guests letting them know when and where you are getting married so they can make travel and lodging plans and, especially during holiday seasons, so as to not book another engagement on the date of your wedding. We've looked at the ever popular magnet and the cost effective postcard. I was really blown away when I began to see manufacturers putting entire albums together of nothing but Save the Date Cards. I purchased a number of these books while at the Stationery Show this week and I am anxious to see how the sales go. I definitely get a steady number of requests for them. Take a look at these companies and head out to a local dealer to view their albums. Tag and Company is a favorite of mine and I bought the album on the spot. All of their cards are the same price, so you can really buy what you love the most and not have to rationalize the price. $3 per card for up to 100 cards and $2.25 for everything over 100. But get this. The majority of their Save the Date cards can be used as INVITATIONS. What a great deal. They have no problem altering the text to use the same card as your invitation and will create the Response card too, I love it. I did purchase this album so all of you DC area brides can pop in to take a peek. The gals over at Little Star Press have a brand new Wedding Album replete with Save the Date Cards. The Something Different line from Carlson Craft is definitely for the bride looking to make a statement. Another designer that I like and that is readily available in the area is simply put. The website is under construction but will give you lots of local area dealers that carry the line.

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