Chalkboard Save The Date Postcards – Premium Quality at a Low Price

The “Chalkboard” theme is going full throttle and has been especially popular with weddings.  Little wonder – it’s whimsical, mod/retro and tons of fun.

For those tying the knot with a chalkboard wedding theme it all begins with our Chalkboard Save The Date Postcards.

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Ours are a great value – starting at $0.90 and going as low as $0.59.  Don’t let the small price tag fool you – ours is printed on heavy weight glossy paper for a premium look and feel.

Think of our chalkboard save the dates as a blank canvas – we can write anything you’d like on it – just tell us!  We’ll send you a proof(s) and won’t print until you tell us to! Details include:

  • Your order is professionally printed on premium 130 lb. glossy paper.
  • Full color on front; return address on back in black.
  • Postcards measure 5.47″ x 4.21″ and meet USPS size regulations
  • Proof approval within 2 business days of receipt of your order.
  • Delivery within 2 1/2 weeks of your approval of your proof.

Come visit Diva Entertains and type “chalkboard” into our search box – you’ll be glad you did once you see our beautiful line of decor (photo backdrops, table numbers, place card holders) and favors!

 

Save the Date Ideas

“Save the Date” cards have become wildly popular in the last couple of years, and I’m always running across fun and unique ways to share the exciting date!  Here are a few of my favorites…

From Urban Style blog, a lovely engagement photos post includes (at the VERY end) a really cute idea for “Save the Date” – driftwood with the date painted on!  Shabby chic and perfect!  Create your very own unique and fun “Save the Date” photo, take it to a drugstore (Costco, etc.) and let them turn it into inexpensive postcards or note cards.

From Martha Stewart, a lovely ribbon and cardstock save the date message… I LOVE this one.  And….they actually aren’t hard to make.  A bit time-consuming, but not hard:


From My Yellow Umbrella, a great DIY post about how to make cardboard cut outs… to enhance your photos with a silhouette date!  What a fun and unique idea!

Another unique idea from Martha Stewart.. a compass inspired save-the-date.  The post includes templates and instructions!

I found a GORGEOUS idea on 100layercake.com… a hand embroidered handkerchief!  The credit for these hankies goes to Benign Objects.  Beautiful Victorian wedding inspiration in the post!


And last but not least, a scrabble inspired save-the-date, from cameras and light: