Jen Causey
Jen Causey January 07, 2014

DIY Instagram Photo Save-the-Dates #2

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OMG. We are beyond excited to share today’s project with you!!! Almost two years ago we shared our original DIY Instagram Save-the-Date Invitations and they have been such an outrageous success that we decided to revamp them – so here they are, the DIY Instagram Save-the-Dates #2! Of course the designs are FREE to download below… happy crafting!

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**Project Update: when I first published this post, the only way to order these adorable mini-stickers from Social Print Studio was by using a photo on your Instagram… well times have changed! You can easily upload from your Instagram account or simply a file from your computer. ***in 2014 they were also only $10 as the image shows below, but now the price has gone up.

Yeah!!!! Aren’t the stickers just super cute!!! You can use these for all kinds of different wedding fun. Cut the little stickers into strips of two, I think two is better than one because your friends might have multiple calendars…


  • FREE design downloads below
  • cover weight 8.5″ x 11″ {cardstock} paper from Paper Source for the invitation itself
  • text weight 8.5 x 11″ paper from Paper Source for the sticker cards
  • A6 size envelopes from Paper Source
  • Sticky Thumb adhesive runner
  • paper trimmer
  • scissors
  • red pen
  • and of course the darling stickers above!

FREE Design Downloads:

Download and print each of the invitation designs below (at home or at your local print shop) onto 8.5″ x 11″ cardstock.


Cut your invitation cards down to size… the measurements are printed on the design.


Cut your sticker cards down to size… the measurements are printed on the design.


Next apply adhesive to the backside of each sticker and place onto the sticker card…


Then apply adhesive to the backside of each sticker card and place onto the invitation…


Using a red pen (or any color you’d like) mark your month and date!


That’s all there is to it, aren’t they just adorable?!? And so functional…


Now your guests can mark their calendars with these darling stickers and Save Your Date!


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As with all our DIY tutorials, if you create one of our projects please send us a picture or a trackback – We Love Seeing Your Creativity! If you use Instagram or Twitter please use the hashtag #SomethingTurquoiseDIY. Happy Crafting!

DIY Tutorial Credits

Photography + DIY Tutorial + Free Downloads: Jen Causey of Something Turquoise // // Mini-Stickers: Social Print Studio // Large wall calendar, 8.5 x 11 cover weight paper in Paper Bag, 8.5 x 11 text weight paper in Chartreuse; A6 envelopes in Curry, decorative bracket labels in Chartreuse, envelope liner in Paper Bag: Paper Source // Free font used: Mensch // nail polish: OPI – Withstands the Test of Thyme

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January 7, 2014

This is so cute! Darling idea, I love it!

Kayli Peckover
January 23, 2014

Do you have the templates for the year 2016???

    Jen | Something Turquoise
    January 28, 2014

    Hi Kayli!! You are my very first request... so when I have time I will gladly create a 2016 template for you!

January 29, 2014

Is there any way to get this template sent to me in a customizable form?? I LOVE it, but want to add our names to it. Thank you so much!!!

    Jen | Something Turquoise
    January 29, 2014

    Hi Sunny! Sorry, but at this time we don't provide free customizable templates. You can either copy our design to a T, using your own design software... or print your names on a separate, larger piece of cardstock - and then place the free template on top... hope this helps!

January 30, 2014

This is such a cute DIY save the date! I was wondering if you had a template for 2015? I would be so grateful!

February 13, 2014

Hello :) I love this idea! can a 2017 template be made?

    Jen | Something Turquoise
    February 19, 2014

    Hi Andrea! We just released the 2016 template and we are going to wait a bit for the 2017, thanks!

Mike Herrmann
February 15, 2014

Hi! These are so cute and I would love to start making them but want to use the same font throughout, including on my envelopes. What font did you use on this template? I can't quite place it! Thanks

    Jen | Something Turquoise
    February 19, 2014

    Hi Mike! It's called 'Mensch' and it's from It comes with a few different faces ~ it's definitely one of my favorites!

February 15, 2014

Hi! I love these save the dates and want to start making them but want to use the same font throughout (including when I print my envelopes, because I am picky like that), would you mind sharing what font you used? I can't quite place it and I have been searching for what seems like hours! Thanks

    Jen | Something Turquoise
    February 19, 2014

    Hi Caitlin! It's called 'Mensch' and it's from It comes with a few different faces ~ it's definitely one of my favorites!

February 17, 2014

Hello, I would LOVE a 2016 and 2017 template as we still aren't sure on a year but DEFINITELY want to use the stickers! Such a fabulous idea!

    Jen | Something Turquoise
    February 19, 2014

    Hi Monique! We already have the 2016 template up… and we are most likely going to wait a bit to release 2017. Thanks!

March 3, 2014

Amazing idea! Just wondering, if I were to go to Michael's craft store what kind of card stock do I purchase? They don't advertise their card stock as cover weight and text weight. Also what paper setting did you use for your printer for each type of card stock?

    Jen | Something Turquoise
    March 4, 2014

    Great question Miranda! So I don't buy my paper from Michael's because for invitations, I'm not a fan of the texture of scrapbooking cardstock. When I refer to 'text weight' it means the thickness of paper that you would use to regularly print things from your computer. 'Cover Weight' means cardstock - like scrapbooking cardstock. When using the thinner paper where you can it cuts down on the overall weight of the invitation and price you will pay for stamps. But realistically speaking, any paper will do! ;)