Save the date magnets for weddings are becoming as important as invitations to many couples. With a vast array of suppliers offering varying degrees of quality, pricing and minimum quantities, couples should consider My1Stop.com’s 3 Easy Steps to help make sure that their save the date magnets are affordable, photo quality reminders of the couples special day. No matter what size, shape or thickness of magnet, My1Stop.com assures couples of portrait quality save the date magnet printing ordered instantly and affordably.
Step One. Know The Size and Shape.
You can get to the right size by fitting your artwork to standard sizes or by ordering a custom size. The fastest and most affordable approach is to order a standard size save the date magnet. If you have trouble fitting your picture to a standard size, then look into custom sized magnets. Keep in mind that custom sizes and shapes will cost more and take longer to produce. My1Stop.com offers the three most popular save the date magnet sizes – and each can be printed portrait or landscape – making for 6 different design options. Custom sizes are available in any size or shape. Allow 5 to 8 days for standard magnet turnaround and at least 15 days for custom.
Step Two. Get A Magnet That Will Actually Stick.
You might not want people to put paper under your save the date magnet – but they will. Maybe they’ll put a map to your wedding under the magnet – if they can. Office supply stores and low-end printers are not your friends. The off-the-shelf magnet materials for inkjet printers and color copiers is just too thin to stick to many metal surfaces. Almost none of the “pre-packed” magnet materials will hold even one thin piece of paper under them. Wise up. Check out the two magnet thickness options. The thinner 11 mil material will hold a t least one sheet of paper – the thicker 22 mil material will hold more. Remember, save the date magnets should actually tick to something!
Step Three. Only Order The Quantity You Need.
Many save the date magnet printers demand high minimum orders of 500 or 1000. If you’re having a big wedding that’s great! But, if you only need 100 magnets, the options can be few. Printers will either charge for 500 (even though you only 100) or you’ll spend a ton more per magnet just to buy a smaller quantity! The “Get Real Printing” tag line at My1Stop.com is right on target – they offer 25 a minimum order quantity – for portrait quality save the date wedding magnets.
To see the new photo quality save the date magnets, please visit save the date magnets at My1Stop.com.