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Friday, October 24, 2008

Save the Dates

I'm going to ignore the term "STDs" for Save the Dates, especially given the rather unfortunate connotation and move on.

Mr. JeffMemorial and I have complimentary tastes, but he errs on the side of traditional and I love hovering around that trendy-retro-polished area in my choices.

This difference reared it's only moderately ugly head again when we were choosing our save the dates. We've finally found one we both love:



From SavetheDateMagnet.com.

Has a touch of the traditional romantic, but has a nice polished fun look for me. I'm so excited. We have no need to order them yet, but I cannot wait to have them.

For those of you out there, do you prefer the magnets or paper save the dates? And this can be from the perspective of the guests or those getting married.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Wendy & Ryan said...

Definitely a magnet. Guests are much less likely to lose it.

Friday, October 24, 2008 1:53:00 PM  
Blogger Mrs. in May said...

I am in the non-magnet camp. I just like the look and feel of nice paper and don't even like magnets on my own fridge. Actually, a lot of stainless steel fridges aren't magnetic.
But I do like the practicality of a magnet.

Friday, October 24, 2008 2:10:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm doing both, and creating it myself! I'm making a 5x7 Save the Date card, but will also have a magnet. The card will have 4 slits cut- one at each corner of where the magnet will be placed- and I'll slide the corners right into the slits. Our photo, date and names will be on the magnet- but our names will also be UNDER the magnet, so once you take off the magnet, the card still has all the info you need.

Monday, October 27, 2008 8:39:00 AM  

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