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Magnet Save the Date Printable & DIY Tutorial

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Hi friends! (a special hello to anyone who wandered over here from Something Turquoise!) Y’all know I’m a huge fan of DIY Projects – and I know you are, too! So I’m so excited to share today’s fun post with you! Last week while I was in California visiting my family, I took a day trip to visit my friend Jen at Something Turquoise (aka the queen of DIY) and we collaborated on a fun project for you!

An easy DIY Magnet Save the Date with free Printables and a full Tutorial - don't miss this collaboration with our blogger friend Something Turquoise!

DIY Magnet Save the Date

With my background in design and Jen’s DIY skills, we put together a simple and chic DIY Magnet save the date that you can easily create yourself! We used ‘business card magnets’ we ordered from VistaPrint paired with the free printables I designed for you to download and use!

We chose to create two different versions – one more modern and the other romantic. The best part about these is that you can totally customize these pieces to match your wedding day theme by choosing papers that match your color scheme! You can download the printable files below, then head over to Something Turquoise to get the full how-to tutorial!


Magnet Save the Date - vertical layout

Romantic Magnet Save the Date Printable


For this template, you’ll need to download both the Nexa Light and Lavanderia fonts. You can download Nexa Light here and Lavanderia here.

Magnet Save the Date - horizontal layout

Modern Magnet Save the Date Printable


For this printable, you’ll need to download the Nexa Light and Nexa Bold, which can both be downloaded for free here.

I had such a fun time collaborating on this project with Jen and hope to do more of it in the future! We hope you love these save the dates! Let us know which one is your fave in the comments!!

If you decide to take a stab at these pretties, be sure to use Jen’s hashtag #SomethingTurquoiseDIY to share the results via Instagram or Twitter. Thanks so much, Jen, for doing this fun project with me!

Magnet Save the Date - 2 options!

>> Click here to check out the full tutorial on Something Turquoise! <<

Engagement photo used courtesy of Nick Charrow Photography 

Want a matching invitation? Check out these Swirl Wedding Invitations we created:

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Jessica Bishop is the founder of TheBudgetSavvyBride.com, and author of the best-selling book,The Budget-Savvy Wedding Planner & Organizer. Jessica's expert wedding advice and money-saving tips have been featured by Good Morning America, COSMOPOLITAN, Glamour, and more.