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This Save the Date gives pieces of information about your upcoming wedding from a window as you turn the wheel around.

DIY Save the Date Wheel

What you’ll need:

  • eyelets, eyelet setter
  • 4 3/4″ round cards (got mine from here)
  • Xacto knife
  • Long reach punch hole

Matt and I created this Save the Date back when we were planning our wedding, but at the time we could never figure how to neatly punch a hole in the center of both sheets. All we needed actually was a long reach punch hole, but by the time we advanced in our scrapbooking skills it was just too late to send them out.

DIY Save the Date Wheel

I hope this template we created can be useful to anyone!

Download Art Deco Save the Date.zip. There is one TIFF file, which is the cover of the Save the Date, and a Photoshop file with unmerged layers so you can edit to add your info. Unfortunately I don’t know how to use Word that well, but if you do and would like to convert the .psd file to a .doc file for us, please let me know!

Step 1: Open cover in Illustrator, Word or any program you’re comfortable with and type in your names on the lower half of the circle. Font used for the cover is called Empire State Deco and can be downloaded for free here. On the back sheet type in your wedding date, location, etc.

Step 2: After printing, cut a window using a Xacto knife. Insert eyeleys, tear off paper trimming (circle cards come in a square shape to easily fit any printer). This template will fit into any 5×5 envelope.

12 comments
  • Amber

    Hi,
    Would you be able to send the save the date wheel in a .doc file for me?
    Thank you

    • Amanda

      Hi Amber,

      The file is a PDF, which can be downloaded free here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/

      However, this artwork graciously designed by Uniquity Invitations is not meant to be altered.

      hope this helps!

  • Jennifer

    I went to the link where they sell the circular paper. It says that this paper is “printer incompatible.” I really like these save the dates because they are so different than anything I’ve seen but I am wondering how in the heck were you able to print them since the paper is such an odd shape?

  • Jennifer –

    I adjusted the printer tray to the width of the paper. Hope this helps!

  • Cara

    Hi there could you send me this in .doc file please. Thank you.

    • Amanda

      The file is a PDF, which can be downloaded free here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/

      However, this artwork graciously designed by Uniquity Invitations is not meant to be altered.

      hope this helps!

  • Kate

    Hi, Did anyone figure out how to convert this to a doc. file yet to view in word? If so, would you mind passing it along to share! Thank you so much!

    • Amanda

      The file is a PDF doc, which can be downloaded free here: http://get.adobe.com/reader/ However, this artwork graciously designed by Uniquity Invitations is not meant to be altered.

      hope this helps!

  • Sarah

    Hey, I love this!! I have no clue how to convert it into a .doc file, anyone figure it out? Thanks!!

    • Amanda

      Hi Sarah,

      The file is a PDF, which can be downloaded free here: , this artwork graciously designed by Uniquity Invitations is not meant to be altered. Once you open the file in Adobe Reader you will be able to customize your information.

      hope this helps!

  • Nikki

    I can also not download the file. There is no .pdf file

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