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Lisa Hedge: Sarah & Scott Save-the-Date

Beautifully designed by Lisa Hedge, this save-the-date displays a com­bi­na­tion of min­i­mal typog­ra­phy and clipped flo­ral images which is fresh, fun and unex­pected.

Inspired by Florals

This gorgeous save-the-date, designed by stationer Inspired Goodness, was created for a couple who wanted their indoor wedding venue to feel like a vintage-themed garden party. It also depicts the couple’s basset hound in the bottom corner – adorable!)

Please Inflate Save-The-Date

This save-the-date will guarantee to grab your guest’s attention. It was inspired by Albert Lamorisse’s short film, The Red Balloon. Once inflated, the piece reveals all event information and sets the desired tone with humor and playfulness. Designed by Office Optimist.

Seed of an Idea

Here’s a save-the-date that will grow – and grow – on your loved ones. Find vintage illustrated seed packets (you can buy them on websites like eBay or Etsy) for the state flower of where you’re getting married. Then, fashion a cute card to frame it. To add the packet, cut four diagonal slits (1/2 inch is long enough) on the card, so that you can tuck in the corners. Vintage seed packets, Garden Lelah, gardenlelah.etsy.com.

Save The Date

Notify your friends of your wedding date in style. This simple yet eye-catching save the date, printed on luxurious soft cotton textured paper, is designed in pink, green and purple. Available at http://www.minted.com

Modern Blue And Gray Save The Date

Anna Wingard and Sei Rey Ho, the design duo of Us & Them designed their two-colour letterpressed save the date card for their June 4th wedding. The illustrations were designed by Anna. Type and design by Sei Rey Ho.

Good News Comes In Small Packages

These charming save-the-dates prove good news can come in small packages, too. Purchase mini cards and envelopes and affix them to the postcards. Handwrite or stamp your wedding information on the cards; tuck them in the envelopes, and seal. Add standard first-class postage, and you’re set to announce you’ve set the date.

Papel Picado Laser Cut Save The Date

Mexican art form papel picado (“perforated paper”) is a decorative craft made out of paper cut into elaborate designs. This save the date, designed by avie is perfect for a Mexican-themed wedding. A complete suite is available to accompany this invitation. http://www.etsy.com

Up, Up, Up And Away Balloon Save-The-Date

Snail mail has never been quite so exciting. Upon opening their envelopes, your friends will find an unexpected surprise – balloons printed with the details of your day, attached to white cards bearing simple instructions. The childhood throwback gives guests all the information they need, and sets the tone for a fun-filled wedding.

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