Make sure your wedding is on your friends' calendars – and that you continue to keep them in the loop.

Your save-the-date announcement will be the first thing people see
regarding the style of your wedding so you want to make them distinctive and unique, and to reflect the colors and theme of your wedding day (if you have one).

DESIGN IDEAS
Whatever you choose, make it fun and you're sure to get a favorable response. Here are some ideas to get you started:

Use bright, bold colors that will make an impact and your wedding date will stay in the thoughts of even the most absentminded guests.

Include graphics or colors that make sense to the locale and date, such as pink and red flowers if you plan to marry in the springtime in a rose garden, or a card tied up with a baby-blue gingham ribbon for an Ocean-side summer soiree.

Please see my Save the Date Wording page
for suggestions for your text.

Magnets are cool and different.
You can use simple graphics that match those of your wedding invitations. Send me your wedding invitation, and I can use the same fonts and colors! Or add a photo for a personal touch.

SAVE THE DATE MAGNETS
These are sized at 3.5" x 2" (same a business card)
and can be either horizontal or vertical.

Each magnet is completely custom.
Contact me with your information,
and I will create a save-the-date magnet just for you!

See below for a few examples and pricing.

All magnets include FREE CUSTOM DESIGN WORK,
and FREE PROOFS!!
Custom magnets:
25 are $42
50 are $80
100 are $120
200 are $200
Please contact me for other quantities.


A few more examples:


Please see my Save the Date Wording page
for suggestions for your text.

Please contact me with any questions.

To go see the Anna Murray Invitation Portfolio, please click here.