Introduction: Book It! Save-The-Date Bookmarks
Simple and to the point wedding Save-the-Date bookmarks.
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Step 1: Layout the Design
I tried several layouts before settling on the final bookmark.
Think about the main information you want to communicate. In this case:
We also had additional information we wanted to include, so we added the secondary information at the bottom.
I used Adobe Illustrator to design this bookmark. Once I had the general design, I optimized to fit the most bookmarks per page. Since there are no margins, I didn't print cut lines.
Step 2: Print and Cut
These bookmarks were printed on 80lb paper with a laser jet printer and sized them to print 8 per page.
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Once the pages were printed, I cut the bookmarks on a paper cutter to keep the lines straight and sharp. If you don't own one, I have seen them in libraries and in the lobbies of several printing places in the public area.
We received several compliments with these bookmarks. Simple, quick, and to-the-point.
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