|Birthday shirt via Old Navy (Boy version no longer available. Girl version here) | Sea Patrol Rubble via Amazon|
After we received our magnets, I used Microsoft word to type out the cards. I was scared about the whole printing at home process, but it went incredibly well. I printed all of the cards in 15 minutes, and then attached the magnets. The Zots glue dots held the magnets on perfectly, and didn’t damage them when pulled off the card.
In the end, our DIY save-the-dates cost a total of $100 and look similar to ones that cost 4x more. I was extremely happy with the result!
Is it weird that I love invitation making?
Other posts in Our Wedding series:
1. Our Wedding: Our Engagement Story
2. Our Wedding: The Date is Set
3. Our Wedding: Inspiration
4. Our Wedding: Hunt for the Dress
5. Our Wedding: A Realistic Budget
6. Our Wedding: The Venue
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For Holly’s third birthday, we chose to do a cute pink ballet theme. With that, came fun invitations, decorations, and of course, cupcakes. I knew right away that with my plans to make ballerina cupcakes, I couldn’t have them simply displayed. I decided to build a cake stand!Read More