Both of these brides have planned October 1st weddings in Chapel Hill, but chose much different options for their save-the-date cards. The first bride took a modern approach with a photo save-the-date postcard in her wedding colors of blue and green illustrated with an engagement portrait in front of the UNC Bell Tower. The second bride chose a more traditional save-the-date card with a black linen backing to set the tone for her formal wedding.
May 12, 2011
This bride wanted to keep in simple with a modern photo save-the-date card and a single card for her wedding invitation. Both feature a yellow gerber daisy illustration with purple accents.
April 4, 2011
Photo strip save the date card with black floral print damask and red accent.
Engagement portraits by Rebekah Tozer Photography
Photo save the date postcard in Carolina blue and yellow with peony watermark.
Engagement portraits by Millie Holloman Photography
Photo save the date postcard with full photo on front and inset photo with map on back.
Engagement portraits by Lauren Mann Photography
March 28, 2011
Photo save the date card with single black and white photo, gray damask pattern and Carolina blue accents.
Photo save the date card with two black and white photos, navy blue background and floral print with pink accents.
Photo save the date card with large color photo, purple band and pink swirling scrolls.
January 24, 2011
This bride couldn’t get enough of our custom designs. After ordering everything from her save-the-dates and invitations to her programs and seating chart, this bride came back to order her Christmas cards too! These beautiful red and green picture Christmas cards feature a floral damask pattern and the bride’s favorite wedding photo taken by Sandfoot Photography.
Thanks Elizabeth and Casey for all the wonderful business. Best wishes and happy holidays to you both!
December 10, 2010
2011 Brides: It’s time to start thinking about your save the dates, and picture save the date postcards have been a big hit so far! These allow you to show off your engagement portraits in an inexpensive way. You can include any additional information for your guests on the back of the postcard, and they already come with your return address included. You can also add recipient addresses, so that all you have to do is add a postcard stamp and send them out!
November 12, 2010