Golden Pears, that is! That’s what we call our most unique card ideas, and these save the date ideas surely match that description. These ideas go way beyond the basic card format to share your happy news in unique ways.
Check out our interactive save the date cards with photo spinners that really spin, or pop-up windows that let you show off your photos inside. We also have lots of new designs specifically for destination weddings. These save the date ideas are sure to get your guests involved and excited about your wedding. Continue reading
Looking for save the date ideas that won’t break the budget? Check out our collection of save the date postcards! Not only are these awesome designs affordable to make and fun to get in the mail, but they’ll also save you money on postage (since stamps for postcards cost less). One more plus? They’re a little more environmentally friendly since you’re not using envelopes.
You want your engagement photos to be fabulous, but don’t have a clue how to make that happen? We’ve put together a Pinterest board of Engagement Photo Ideas, filled with inspiration for props, locations and what to wear. But there’s a fine line between planning ahead and planning your every move. On photo shoot day, our best advice is to go with the flow and be yourselves. Your photos are sure to turn out wonderful!
Show me a sign
We hear this question a lot, along with “Does everybody send them?” and “Who do I send them to?” Save the date cards are certainly not required, but they have become very popular in recent years. They are especially helpful if you’re inviting a lot of out-of-town guests or planning a destination wedding, and they are sent to everyone on your guest list about six months in advance of the wedding. Even if you’re not getting married in Bora Bora, save the dates can be used to accomplish several things:
Real cards created by real people like you!
We love to look at the save the date cards our customers order. (Who doesn’t love a good engagement story?) This simple tri-fold Happily Ever Headlines – Save the Date Card intrigued us with its beautiful photos and we wanted to know more. Bride-to-be Megan was happy to tell us her story.
“To tell you the truth,” she says, “we aren’t like most couples. I don’t remember the first time I ever laid eyes on Wes, and I certainly don’t remember our first date, but I figure that is acceptable if you met at the tender age of 11. Wes and I dated on and off throughout our middle school years. We spent many middle school dances dancing to KC and JoJo. Who knew at that point that it was only the beginning of a life-long friendship?”