Custom photo save-the-date cards are a great way to let your guests know about your wedding in a personalized way. We just need your favorite engagement portraits as high resolution images from your photographer. Then you can pick the colors, graphics, wording and format. Here are two great examples of a couple of our 2012 save-the-dates.This modern love-themed photo save-the-date card is two-sided with a large engagement portrait on the front and light blue Love at the top and gray writing. The back features a smaller inset photo with additional wedding information.
This floral photo save-the-date card is in postcard format with a large engagement portrait with flower, swirls and dots in yellow, navy and coral. The back features a map of North Carolina with a star marking the location of the wedding along with a smaller inset photo and additional wedding information.
December 7, 2011
This couple was married back in March 2010 before the groom went overseas, but they did not have their dream wedding with their family and friends until August 2011. These purple pocketfold wedding invitations, featuring a simple purple and yellow swirl with dots and a monogram, invited their guests to their formal wedding to celebrate their marriage from the year earlier. The pocket held matching cards for the rehearsal dinner, RSVP postcard, and reception information. We also incorporated the same yellow and purple swirl onto photo bookmark favors with yellow and purple ribbons telling their guests about the donations they made to an animal shelter in their honor, and matching tall & thin ceremony programs.
November 28, 2011
This bride wanted to pair a classic, vintage look with a modern touch, so these elegant wedding invitations feature a champagne floral pattern behind a oval shaped border with dots. Dark purple text added a touch of color to these invitations, printed on a textured, linen paper for a real vintage look.
November 9, 2011
I don’t like to play favorites with my custom wedding invitations, but I must say that these patterned vertical tri-panel wedding invitations are everything. The green, navy and gray flourish pattern frames the dark navy blue invitation panels giving it such a sophisticated yet elegant and modern look. The pattern continues down to the tear-off RSVP postcard with a reversed white background. The combination of a swirly script font with a simple block small caps font and dividing lines give the tall invitation a poster style resemblance. The matching tall & thin ceremony programs incorporate the same colors, fonts and pattern, with contrasting navy and cream stripes on the back.
October 31, 2011
These monogrammed belly band wedding invitations bring fun and elegance together with light blue stripes, a gray damask pattern and black and white dots. The black belly band with light blue monogram and white dots mimics the look of the black band dividing the stripes and damask on the invitation, RSVP and reception/accommodations card and creates a beautiful package when stacked together. You may remember this couple’s coordinating photo save-the-date cards from an earlier blog post.
October 19, 2011
FUN FRIDAY: Last Fling before the Ring Bachelorette Party Invites
These adorable bachelorette party invitations are perfect for any bride’s last fling before the ring. They feature a pink and black color scheme with a margarita glass, bold black and white stripes and dots. They are so cute, yet sophisticated.
October 7, 2011