Save the Date Postcards

Now that you've already seen our invitations, it's probably a bit late to be sharing our postcard save the dates, huh? Nah! Late is better than never, in my book! Here they are.

Here's what I used to design them

The best part about this project is that most of the design elements that I used are available free online! I'm making sure to get my money's worth out of the one item that I did have to purchase (the CD-ROM), by using it for our invitations and other wedding elements as well.

After designing the postcards, I had them printed through Zazzle. I was pleasantly surprised by the quality and smooth matte texture of the cards... definitely something that would hold up in the mail! At $.95 a piece, they weren't bad at all, especially considering the free shipping promotion that was going on at the time. :o)

Here's a close-up of the front...

And here's a peek at the back...

Are you designing paper products for your wedding? If so, what are some of your favorite free online resources for design elements like fonts and graphics?


  1. Wow Crafty these are beautiful...I'm jealous! These are amazing...really. I love the design on the front. Our venue is a historical mansion and they have postcards they sell at their online store...but I was looking to get a stamp made with our info on it so I dont have to hand write 45+ post cards for our save the dates!

  2. Those are really pretty. Great job! I love them. I really wanted to do post cards but Mr. FF wants magnets so magnets it shall be.



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