After months of negotiations with different venues, caterers, and your future-in-laws, it has finally happened; you have set the date for your nuptials! Now’s the time to send out your Save the Dates to all of your family and friends. Instead of just sending them the same old cards with a picture of you and your fiancé smiling in the background, show off your personalities and make a statement about your wedding all at the same time with these unique Save the Date ideas.
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These Save the Date origami hearts are absolutely adorable creations that add a splash of artistic flair to your announcements. After your guests open and unfold the message, they can be hung up as ornaments and become darling decorations. This is a great idea for a wedding no matter the time of the year, but might be especially appropriate if you’re planning on having the big day close to Christmas!
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Make your Save the Dates pop—literally!—with these storybook appropriate pop-up wedding invitations. Who needs flat invitations when you and your fiancé can come to life on the page? Pop-up Save the Dates are whimsical and romantic, and a fitting way to get inform your guests about the next part of your fairytale.
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Save the Dates don’t have to be elaborate to make a statement. These simple, rustic, Save the Dates look like vintage love letters. If you’re a boho-chic, or simply an eco-conscious bride, these parchment beauties are made on recycled paper, and eliminate the need for an envelope.
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When you meet the right person, everything just seems to come together. If that’s the way you feel, what better way to let people know than with these puzzle piece Save the Dates? These will be a delightful surprise to prospective guests—especially if you’ve been keeping your engagement a secret!
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We’ve all heard the saying, “a picture’s worth a thousand words,” so perhaps that means the film is a complete story. If this idea speaks to you, get ready for your close up and roll up your Save the Date announcement into a film canister for your prospective guests to unravel and discover.