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Custom State Postcards for your special occasion! I love these! Make your wedding unique and memorable. This save the date is customizable to your city/state and wedding colors. Add your own personal touch!

{Vertical also available, check listings}

There is an option for ordering just a sample. This sample is to have a hard copy proof of your postcard, prior to receiving the "Bulk Order". This is optional, but recommended.

:::Bulk Order Discount:::
Each quantity is a pack of 15. Discounted price reflects in "Qty {Pack of 15}" option.
If your quantity and discount option don't match, your order will be cancelled.

For instructions on the stamp, please follow formula- picture to the right.
Pick a state or country and the city of your choice.
In note to seller, please include the information you would like to read on the backside.

I will send you a digital proof via email within 2 business days.

Paper size is 4"x5.5"

All giclée postcards by Lily Gene are printed with archival Epson UltraChrome pigment ink on Crane Lettra 100% cotton (300 gsm) paper.

Samples ship within 1-3 business days, after digital proof is approved. Bulk orders ship within 1 to 2 weeks, after digital proof is approed. Postcards are packaged in a cello sleeve and rigid mailer to ensure safe arrival. Delivery Confirmation is included. I will provide you with the tracking number via PayPal.

Vintage Custom Save the Date Postcard Personalized Postcards - Horizontal

$3.50 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: art paper, pigment ink
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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