Save The Date ideas

Personalised pencil Save The Date

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Show some personality

Be as silly or as formal as you like but show some personality and a teaser as to what’s to come…

Save The Date

image and idea: Justin Pocta

Fingerprint heart Save The Date

This is absolutely gorgeous! Just a shame they left the apostrophe out in “WE’RE”!
Fingerprint heart Save The Date

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Scrabble Lovers Save The Date

Sure to be popular amongst the geeky Scrabble set, a very cute way of announcing your wedding date!
Scrabble lovers Save The Date

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Dog lovers Save The Date

Make your dog a Save The Date collar and have him or her break the news of your wedding date!
Dog lovers Save The Date
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Comic Book Save The Date

Tell guests a story from your relationship or just share a spoof take on your proposal story.
Book Cover Save The Date
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Book Lovers Save The Date

For bookworms, how about creating a Save the Date modelled on your favourite book cover?
Book Cover Save The Date
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Film Buff Save The Date

Mock up your favourite film poster for your Save The Date like this genius ‘Mr & Mrs Smith’ design
Film Buff Save The Date
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‘Tying The Knot’ Save The Date

Pictures of the bride and groom at various ages are printed on Moo Minicards and then are tied to a home-printed card carrying the details, with a perfect knot.
SAVE THE DATE CARDS
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Comedic video Save The Date

Work with a good friend, a professional videographer, or even just the two of you to produce your own Save The Date video. Give your story a beginning, middle and end to keep your guests entertained and of course don’t forget to emphasise your wedding date at the end! This couple poked fun at their height difference (she’s much taller than he is).

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Save The Date with chocolate

Delicious! Combine the sweetness of chocolate  with a romantic wrap that can be customised with your names and change the colour to fit it to your wedding palette. Check out the link to get the template and print it from home. Warning: this idea was found on a French blog, Un Beau Jour, so the instructions are in French!
Combine the sweetness of chocolate with a romantic wrap that can be customised with your names and change the colour to fit it to your wedding palette


Keep it simple and stylish by creating a monogram that sits on a backdrop of the city you’re getting married in.

This design was by Karen for her London wedding to Jeremy. Jeremy proposed to Karen at the top of Primrose Hill, the view of which is featured in the design.
Keep it simple and stylish by creating a monogram, then sit it on a backdrop of the city you're getting married in.


Cute idea!

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