These October brides all took different approaches to their save-the-date cards. The first incorporated a whimsical font on cream linen paper for a elegant and flirty design. The second included her favorite engagement portrait and added a separate card for accommodations. And the last bride wanted to represent the place where she is getting married with a Seattle skyline in the form of a postcard.
August 4, 2010
You may think you have all summer to plan for your fall wedding, but getting your save-the-dates out is the first step and can be done up to a year in advance. These fall save-the-date cards might just inspire you to get started!
There are limitless options for your save-the-dates, but these are 3 very popular formats. Picture save-the-date cards are popular, especially if you have engagement portraits you’d like to show off. The save-the-date postcard is another modern and inexpensive option, but if you have a lot of out-of-town guests coming in, it might be more appropriate to include an accommodations card with your save-the-date so they can go ahead and make the necessary plans to stay over night for your celebration.
April 23, 2010
When Kate came to me with this wonderful idea, I jumped on the chance to create something so cute and creative. These folding save-the-dates feature the bride and groom’s childhood photos on front with a current engagement shot of them as a couple inside. How can you go wrong with baby picture wedding invitations or save-the-dates? To add a bit more information, Kate included a matching accommodations card for her destination wedding. I adore this purple and green color combination!
January 22, 2010