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#1 *Casey*

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    Posted 11 December 2008 - 01:57 PM

    Hi everyone,

    So it's time to do my STD's for our out of town guests. I really like the whole magnet idea, and was just wondering what sites yall used, if in fact you did order them through a site. What did you like about the site / product or dislike? I googled wedding magnets and there were about a gazaillion different sites. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!!! TIA!


    #2 Banana11

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      Posted 11 December 2008 - 02:35 PM

      Hey there!

      We had magnets made for work from here: MagnetStreet : Magnetic Calendars, Calendar Magnets, Wedding Invitations, Save The Date Magnets, Refrigerator Magnets, Magnetic Sports Schedules and they turned out great!

      I also like Vista Print: http://www.vistaprin....x?xnav=welcome. I ordered the free jumbo magnets and they turned out pretty good. They are a little thin but doable for the whopping cost of zero dollars!

      #3 *Casey*

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        Posted 11 December 2008 - 02:56 PM

        Thanks, Andrea... I was actually just looking at Wedding Street, and they had a couple of designs that i really liked!

        #4 Katiebelle

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          Posted 11 December 2008 - 05:16 PM

          I got mine from agiftfulheart.com.

          I LOVED them and got tons of compliments on them!

          #5 salomeh

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            Posted 23 December 2008 - 02:50 PM

            We used a local designer in San Diego. I wanted something a little more unique and bigger than the ones I found online. Our wedding is in Cabo and our theme is peacock feathers.

            Here is a picture of our magnet. Click the image to open in full size.

            The designer's website: Get Carded - Ink and Paper Play. She can create any design you want. She is great.

            #6 JUSTUSTWO


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              Posted 23 December 2008 - 05:05 PM

              I used Vista Print & got the oversized magnets! We just uploaded our own design. They may be a bit thicker than the smaller sized magnets. I loved the outcome & family members still have them on their refrigerators.

              If you want an idea of how they are definitely order their packet & you'll get a free sample.
              I couldn't beat getting them for FREE.

              #7 Andi


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                Posted 23 December 2008 - 06:59 PM

                I used vistaprint as well. I just used one of their templates and tweaked the colors on it. worked out well and they were a good price too! The printing quality on them is good but the I must admit the acutal magnets are a bit on the thin side. No biggie on that though...they stick to the fridge just fine!

                #8 sunsetbride1

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                  Posted 24 December 2008 - 02:33 PM

                  I used Save the Date Magnets and Photo Magnets For All Occasions and they were great to work with. The magnets came out amazing and we have received so many compliments on them!

                  #9 DGG

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                    Posted 24 December 2008 - 06:11 PM

                    I am now using VistaPrint also..
                    But just a warning, do not use MagnetQueen.. They sent me a free sample and it looked great. I uploaded my picture and they were supposed to add text to it. I paid extra to rush order it and instead of getting it in one week like it said, it took almost 3 weeks - and then it looked like crap. The picture was so dark you couldn't even tell it was us. When I called to ask what happened, the manager was really rude to me - telling me he "fixed my picture." He then went on to lecture me about picture quality and told me I had no idea what I was doing with photoshop or about the quality of a picture and this picture was improved. He kept telling me how the color of my fiance's shirt was so much richer in this "fixed" version and blamed our darkened appearance on the quality of my picture, even though I had the same picture printed out on my photo printer and it looked great..
                    Sorry to vent, but anyway -
                    save your money and aggrevation - Don't use magnet queen!!!

                    #10 imapepper

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                      Posted 25 December 2008 - 05:51 AM

                      We used magnetstreet.com. I am a Flight Attendant, so we did the boaring pass magnets. I get so many compliments!!!! Good luck.

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