The engagement is on, now the wedding needs to be planned. First thing is first- a venue. Though your fiancée has dreamed of an outdoors ceremony, the unpredictable weather has you both considering other options. You visit a few parks with gazebos, a lodge in the middle of the woods, a stream with a beautiful waterfall and even an abandoned church. None of them struck a chord, so you decide to check out a 1920’s-style theatre that was recommended by a co-worker. And it is perfect.
Almost instantly you book the theatre and choose a date. The manager shows you some film of past weddings, many of them movie themed. Not only are there movie posters that are made, but movie clips with the bridal party reenacting some of the classics, also. It seems like a once-in-a-lifetime experience for you and for your guests, but it will not be cheap.
Though the venue may have exceeded its place in the budget, you know it will be worth it, but now you need to find other corners to cut. Good thing you have a reliable color inkjet printer that can print on various media types of all shapes and sizes. First, save the date notes need to be sent. There are a few options, including a standard invitation type card, a greeting card, a photo with writing on it, or maybe labels that can be stuck on blank magnets.
The last choice is the most unique, and a lot of 200 blank magnets is more affordable than you might think. Obviously the most important information to have is the date and year, but some wedding clip art and maybe even a small picture of the bride and groom would be cute. Whichever way you choose to let your friends and family know when the big day is, the inkjet printer in your home office will help you do it more affordably but creatively.