Our Persian bride Anna and Western Jewish groom Gregg were both doctors in New York City, only to meet and fall in love in medical school. Traditional to their cultures and prior to their Park Hyatt Aviara Resort ceremony, the couple was to first meet in a private room with only Read more →
We love being inspired by other wedding blogs! So every now and then, we feel the strong urge to pass some truly awesome ideas along to you! Today, we saw some really unique, and fun save-the-date ideas from Project Wedding’s blog. Save-the-date cards are a great way to introduce yourselves as a couple to your friends and family. It sets the tone for what your guests can expect at your wedding, and it’s your first milestone as a couple!
Remember, it’s not always about attaching cute objects or trying to spend a lot of money to impress your guests–your save-the-dates should be about showcasing your personality and tastes.
Take these super cute hankerchief save-the-dates from Benign Objects! We love the handmade quality about them–perfect for a vintage-esque wedding.
How amazing is this idea?! It’s so fun and interactive! You can find more at Pounding Millpress.
Our favorite: the tie save-the-date! You can DIY this invite by using iron-on transfers on vintage ties. According to Project Wedding, guests even wore these cute ties to the wedding! Southern Fried Paper produced the adorable and fun confetti save-the-date. We like this one as well because it lets your guests know, “Hey, be prepared because we’re celebrating!”
All photos are courtesy of Project Wedding.
Every now and then we’ll get emails from brides asking for a vendor referral for invitations, and we always love to recommend and highlight vendors that we’ve worked with. This time, we’re going to highlight Pink Star Design! The owner of Pink Star Design, a San Diego based business, is Jenn Stuart Ragusa, and she is awesome to work with. Pink Star Design has been featured in magazines, and won awards for their printing, design, and calligraphy services.
We “stole” some images of Jenn and her Pink Star Design team’s work to give you a tidbit of how talented they are. They do wonderful menus, invitations, stationary, and much more. Let us know if you did decide to hire Pink Star Design because we do love patting ourselves on the back haha!
Handmade + fun = super cute! We love supporting the awesome do-it-yourself crafting website, etsy, and highlighting what unique creations people sell on there. After taking a quick moment to browse around (and refrain from impulse shopping!), we found memorable and unique handmade save-the-dates you can send out to guests that will guarantee they’ll remember your wedding day! The best part is they’re personally handcrafted and because they’re their own boss, you can be sure to get a great deal on them.
Interactive save-the-dates bring out the inner child in us by making us say “ooh! ahh!” Pull out invites.
These shipping luggage tags work great for a destination or travel-inspired wedding theme. Luggage tags.
Retro save-the-dates are cute and great for couples who love older genres. Art Deco invites.
This is so adorable! A classic childhood game with your elementary school pictures. School save-the-dates.
Customized maps of the wedding and reception locations or important milestones in your relationship are not only informative but stand out when guests read them. Custom map invites.
Personalized wooden magnets just feel so organic and personal–it sends a great message to guests that you took the time to think about your special day. Wooden magnets.
Aren’t these super cool? You can never have enough magnets, especially these unique save-the-date heart magnets! Guests will be sure to keep these on their fridges for years. Heart magnets.
Imagine getting one of these in your mailbox! To be used as representation of where your wedding will take place or maybe where you guys met or grew up, these save-the-dates can be used as ornaments when tied with a ribbon. Wooden state save-the-dates.
Now these are for Disney fanatics! We’ve seen ticket stub invites and save-the-dates, but never a Disney Fastpass! If you’re going to have a Disney-themed wedding or even at a Disney location, these save-the-dates would be perfect. Disney Fastpasses.