I know, it’s past time! Much like Lindsay, I’m having trouble deciding on
my save the date and was wondering if you could help. I wanted to do one
Kissing because I thought it was weird for us to peer out of a box of
Sweethearts. Then the kissing one didn’t work out because you can’t identify
me. Do we need to go back to the photo booth? My mother said the whole idea
Looked too childish and informal (she never holds back).
Alyce, I love both of these, and don’t think you go wrong with either! If you really want the kissing one, then reshoot it, because your face should definitely be shown…you two are too cute!
[images from Alyce]
Saw your posts and wanted to send you my STD. We created a small comic for our STD on Comic Life and printed them at Kinkos. We took some pictures in front of the Brooklyn Bridge and used some old photos. We sent them in 5×7 white vellum envelops. I was so happy with how they came out. When they arrived in your mail, you could see the bridge side clearly through the envelope.
[images from Natasha]
I saw that you were doing a save the date extravaganza on the site, so I thought I’d send in ours. We’re an outdoorsy/adventuresome couple and wanted to have some fun with the save the dates. We’re both recent architecture graduates, so making the graphic in Photoshop was easy. Unfortunately, I don’t have the complete save the date to show you, because we aren’t done making them, but what’s attached is said graphic to go on the magnet.
[image from Lora]
How much fun are these? This couple definitely has a sense of humor and we had a blast working on the design. The best part is that most of their family and friends are avid tabloid readers (even the bride’s 92 year old grandma is a regular subscriber!) so these fit the bill perfectly. Yes, that is the bride and groom in costume.
My favorite detail is that when mailing, the bride and groom addressed most with the guests’ names and the “or current resident”. How awesome is that?
[image from Brown Sugar Design]