Yesterday we told you about a new magazine aimed at men who are about to get married. That short mention was all it took to open the floodgates of wedding-related promotions that are now choking our in-box. First up was a pitch from a LaCrosse, Wis., company called Keepsake Wedding Invitations , which is pushing “customized, screen-printed metal wedding invitations.” (Yes, really; we couldn’t possibly make this up.) And why would anyone want this? They were kind enough to answer the question in their own release: “These slim, high-design invitations, which fit in a standard envelope, add a heightened level of sophistication to the mainstream marriage announcement,” they said. “They also create an instant keepsake for everyone on the guest list.” Maybe, maybe not. Last time we went to a wedding, we stuck the invite in our suit pocket. Next time we put on that suit, months later (No, we DON’T get it cleaned every time; most guys don’t.) there was the invitation. Which we immediately trashed.