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Love Eternal Roses
Eternal Roses with Picture Save the Date Magnets Once I saw the Eternal Roses theme I knew this was the design I wanted for all of my Bridal stationary, invites etc. Very easy to work with and made the changes I needed
Finally Found It!!!!
Pure Rose Save the Date Magnets I have been looking at tons of save the date ideas but didn't find anything that truly did it for me until I saw the Pure Rose save the date. It fit my theme exactly as my colors are black, white with red roses. I actually cried when I came across it. Can't wait to send them out. They were, however, a little smaller than I thought they were going to be. It's a minor thing though. Very happy.
They made it work
Pure Rose Save the Date Magnets The customer service representative working on my account offered options, since my orginal pic was low-resolution and our faces looked cherry red. She suggested to make the picture black and white, they really look fantastic!!!!
exactly what I wanted!
Dramatic Roses Save the Date Magnets These save the dates came out beautifully. The proof really gave us the confidence to buy the larger quantity. The colors are very vibrant. We also purchased return label seals and they came out great too. Everything came in a nicely packaged box and exactly when the website said it would. I had also called customer service ahead of ordering and they picked up the phone right away and helped answer my questions. I will definately buy our invitations from magnetstreet!
Dramatic Roses Save the Date Magnets I liked my save the date magnets. I was a little disappointed with the coloring of my photo. I feel that it came out orange looking but didn't look like that on the computer. Nothing I can do about already bought 120. However, the quality is great. I was worried that they might have been damaged with all the rain we had this week. However, it came in a magnetic box and everything was protected. I would recommend this product. It's probably better to pick a black and white photo to be on the safe side.