Published at Friday, March 22nd, 2019 - 08:48:33 AM. Save The Date Card. By Audric Sabatier.
The internet has opened up the possibility to create custom save-the-date cards & magnets with a few mouse clicks and lines of text. These have never been able in stores to the same degree of seamless function as they are online. Basically, save-the-date cards & magnets allow you to input the text you want into a simple set of form fields on a web page.
Modern save the date cards have QR codes printed on the card, which links to a webpage when scanned through a smart phone’s QR reader app. This is neat, especially if you’ve built a blog or website around the event so people can be updated with the latest happenings.
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