Whatever the type of people the bride and groom happen to be, there’s always one thing that bought the marrying couple together in the first place. As the very act of getting married is an opportunity to celebrate that, a popular choice in showing the significance of this common ground is through the medium by which all weddings really begin: the invitation. As you’re about to find out, that interest they have in common could be anything from a passion to frequent the seaside to a habit of getting out of bed and making the same beverage in the morning. Here are some ways to get people to save the dates, in extremely creative ways you never thought of.
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- 1. FOR THE BOOKWORMS
- 2. FOR THE PARTY GOERS
- 3. FOR THE RETRO-CHIC
- 4. FOR THE COFFEE ADDICTS
- 5. FOR THE DO-IT-YOURSELVES
- 6. FOR THE MUSIC LOVERS
- 7. FOR THE FREQUENT FLYERS
- 8. FOR THE POSERS
- 9. FOR THE SOPHISTICATED
- 10. FOR THE BEACH BUMS
1. FOR THE BOOKWORMS
Penguin Classic Save the Date by Feel Good Invites
Designed specifically for the couple that realise true love will test their commitment to both their betrothed and their bookshelf. This save the date idea is specially catered for the avid book reader with a design inspired by Penguin Books.
2. FOR THE PARTY GOERS
‘Nala Balloon‘ Save the Date
People rarely need an excuse to not celebrate. However, for the ones that do decline, supplying a balloon with their invite means they can party in the comfort of their own home. This little balloon also adds a little touch to what might otherwise be a boring invite. It’s an occasion to be celebrated after all!
3. FOR THE RETRO-CHIC
Vintage Pop-up Save the Date
There are two things this invite suggests: one, that the couple have a fairy tale-like wedding in mind; and two, they took inspiration from a kid’s book. Is the latter a sign of things to come?
4. FOR THE COFFEE ADDICTS
‘Love is Brewing’ Save the Date by Brooklyn Limestone
Calling all coffee connoisseurs! This save the date idea is for couples that simply cannot live without their dose of caffeine in the morning. The same could apply for each other.
5. FOR THE DO-IT-YOURSELVES
Paper chain Bridesmaids Save the Date by Once Wed & Anna from Rifle Paper Company
Even if you aren’t scraping the barrel of the wedding kitty, a DIY approach towards inviting guests can be a charming way to reach out to them. When done right, of course. These paper chains are not just adorably cute but also has a personal touch to it, what’s not to like?
6. FOR THE MUSIC LOVERS
‘Paper Record Player’ Save the Date by Kelli Anderson
The act of listening is an integral part of any relationship. For a marrying couple, whether that happens to be listening to each other or to their favourite band might remain to be seen.
7. FOR THE FREQUENT FLYERS
Various Aeroplane Themed Save the Dates
Receiving an invitation in such a shape suggests the bride and groom-to-be have seen the world together. Speculation might also ensue as to whether they’re members of the Mile High Club.
8. FOR THE POSERS
‘Come to Life’ Viewmaster & Showreel Save the Date
It’s not always easy asking a stranger to take a picture of you and your partner while out and about. Luckily for these two, they’ve got it down to a tee.
9. FOR THE SOPHISTICATED
‘Vintage Class’ Save the Date by Shine Wedding Invitations
Few people ever turned their nose up at a touch of class. Especially if there’s some hint of it included at a wedding.
10. FOR THE BEACH BUMS
‘Beach Wedding’ Save the Date by Dreamy Wedding Ideas
With married life on the horizon, there are many couples who think their honeymoon couldn’t come sooner. The only things on their minds are beaches, barbeques, and bikinis.
All these save the dates must have you spoilt for choices, which of these save the dates are you most likely to pick?
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