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Create Custom Save the Date Magnets for Your Wedding

Make an impact and prepare for your big day with beautiful magnetic save the dates from MagnetStreet! Our selection of inexpensive save the date magnets help you stay on-budget and update your wedding guests. Choose from one of our available templates and designs or create your own save the date wedding magnets with your favorite photos, colors, text, and more.

Can you mail save the date magnets?

Yes, you can mail save the date magnets through the US Postal Service as long as they're enclosed in an envelope. Truly Engaging recommends using a heavier weight envelope, such as one made of 70lb. paper, to ensure they don't tear during transit.

How big are save the date magnets?

Save the date wedding magnets are offered in three sizes at Truly Engaging:

  • 3.5\" x 4\": A nearly square orientation
  • 4\" x 5.5\": Similar to a postcard
  • 5\" x 7\": A common photo frame size

Why should you send save the date magnets?

Save the date magnets are a popular option for brides and grooms. One reason is because it gives your guests a souvenir they can keep to remember your wedding for years to come. Another is that your guests may be more likely to remember when your wedding is if the magnet is placed in a commonly used area, such as the kitchen fridge.

Do save the date magnets need extra postage?

Save the date magnets sometimes need extra postage — it depends on how much yours weigh. A standard Forever stamp covers parcels that weigh up to 1 oz., so if your save the date wedding magnets with their envelopes weigh more than 1 oz., you may want to add extra postage, such as a postcard stamp. If you don't have a postal scale at home, you can always drop by your local post office to ask them whether your save the date magnets might need additional postage.

What do you put on a save the date magnet?

Save the date magnets should give guests as much information as traditional save the date cards: you and your betrothed's names, the location of your wedding (including the venue if you know it), and your planned wedding date.