Guests are sure to remember your wedding day if all they have to do is peel and stick a reminder to their calendars. You can personalize adhesive labels at home. Buy 1-inch round labels from an office-supply store, and follow the manufacturer's instructions to download and customize the template. Print labels with your date using a laser printer. Cut each sheet into rows of labels. Laser print note cards with a message to "save the date." Affix a row of labels to each note card with a glue stick.

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Anonymous
February 25, 2010
Indy2010Bride - I made these for my Save The Dates. I ended up buying paper, cutting, it, and lining the envelopes myself. You can contact someone who designs invitation and they may be able to get the liners pre-cut, then you would just glue them in. I can now get them through envelopments.com. If you go to their site, you can find a dealer in your area.
Anonymous
February 25, 2010
Indy2010Bride - I made these for my Save The Dates. I ended up buying paper, cutting, it, and lining the envelopes myself. You can contact someone who designs invitation and they may be able to get the liners pre-cut, then you would just glue them in. I can now get them through envelopments.com. If you go to their site, you can find a dealer in your area.
Anonymous
February 8, 2009
Any idea where to find lined envelopes for this project?
Anonymous
June 17, 2008
What size stickers did you buy for this?
Anonymous
March 7, 2008
This was a great, different idea for our wedding Save the Date! I used only two labels and turned the card vertically for a different look. Make sure you line the envelope-- that really makes it look professional and adds an extra splash of color or pattern! Thanks for the great idea!
Anonymous
March 6, 2008
What a great, simple DIY project! I checked out labelsbythesheet.com WHAT A FABULOUS RESOURCE! Affordable prices, not marked up to crazy prices just for weddings or brides. And they have a variety of colors to choose from. I'm very excited about this, thank you for the suggestion.
Anonymous
February 1, 2008
I made these save the dates and bought custom labels from a vendor on Ebay. They were really pretty cheap and much easier than dealing with ink and labels at home. But you might try labelsbythesheet.com if you want to buy them yourself
Anonymous
January 22, 2008
Does anybody know where to find the labels in the above picture? I've been able to find primary colors and neon, but cannot find pastel and tan or buff colored labels. Please help!