I wanted to send out save the dates, but for a low cost. So, I decided to make them as a postcard. This way they only cost the price of a postcard stamp (29 cents) instead of the price of a regular stamp (44 cents) to send them.
I designed them in Microsoft word and then took them to a local copy store to have them printed. There are 4 save the dates per page and each page was 37 cents to print!
*The store wanted me to save the document as a PDF on a flashdrive and then bring it in. They then printed off the copies and cut them for free.
To print, cut and mail 100 save the dates cost me under $38!