Theresa’s save the date



Not sure how original our save the dates are, but I figured I’d send them your way nonetheless. We took the photo at a booth in Ocean City, MD and found a seller on etsy (The Pettis Collection) to print them, put them on magnets and laminate them. Overall, they were really inexpensive (barely over $100 for 120!). I’m thrilled with the outcome.

[images from Theresa]

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Valerie’s save the date


We created the photostrip using Photoshop. We bought the wooden letters and took the various pictures of ourselves in color. We were even able to include our dog in one of the pictures. We used photoshop to add color to the letters and sign. We then used photo corners to mount the strip on sheets of cardstock. Hotel and travel information was then printed on the back of each strip.

[image from Valerie]

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Jessa’s save the date

Today’s all about the infamous photostrip save the date!!

Thanks for all the wedding inspiration. Even though I got married in August I’m still a regular reader!
Thought I would share our simple and homemade save-the-date (attached). We used the photobooth application on our Mac and funked it up with photoshop. Take a peak – wedding slideshow: here. More photos from the wedding: here.

[image from Jessa]

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Sarah’s save the date



As a wedding consultant, I see a ton of save the dates, but it was actually our photographer (Spencer-Combs.com) who came up with this idea. We sent it out as a postcard with a few logistical details on the back. It was so simple, and our guests loved it.

[image from Sarah]

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