cute & fun postcard style "save the dates"

Today we have a great fan share from Julie of Julie C Butler Photography. She writes, "I purchased the Love Letters: Multipurpose Cards for one of my clients looking for a postcard type "save the date" card! When I found these I knew she would LOVE them ... and they were perfect! I had these printed at my pro lab Willow Paper Works. I love these because we were able to mix and match the front and back to accommodate what she was looking for. It turned out STUNNING!! My client was almost in tears when I showed her the final printed cards!"

We love these, Julie! Enjoy your $75 shop credit on us~

From the shop:

These retro-modern sweet somethings are sure to cause a stir with clients as soon as they feast their eyes on these delightful templates from Design Aglow. Six delectable two-sided designs allow for unlimited customization (including color changes) and are as easy as cake to use for everything from marketing to Thank You notes to Save the Date Cards and baby announcements! Order today and make every day a special event with these pretty postcards.

PERFECT FOR: • Two sided postcards • Event invitations • Marketing materials • Holiday cards • Thank you notes • Birth announcements • Save the date cards


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