My fiance and I had our photographer mock-up this save the date, from another bride we saw on your website! She took it a step further by printing on both the front and the back, of thick, linen, cardstock. Our photographer is Carmen Nauseef of Blink of an Eye Photography and deserves all the credit for this beautiful STD. We took the photographs back in our home state of Ohio and love the farm, rustic feel it gives.
[image from Chandra]
We’ve been together for over seven years and have always loving taking photobooth pictures. We have a book of over 45 different strips, both color and b+w, which have been taken all over the country. Because of this, we decided to incorporate some of our favorites into the design. Of course we will be having a digital photobooth at our wedding ala Our Labor of Love.
[image from Elise]
This is our Save the Date, designed by the one and only Anna Bond of Rifle Design. I know many of the invites you have featured are DIY, but I had such a great time working with Anna that I had to send this along to you.
My fiance Chris had three cats when I met him. I initially thought a guy with three cats was kind of weird, but I quickly grew to love both Chris and his cats and now they are like family to me. Because the cats are a big part of our lives we asked Anna to incorporate them into our Save the Date. Our eldest cat Marge, the little black one
behind Chris, passed away the week the postcard was completed. To us it’s a Save the Date, but it’s also a nice little memorial to Marge.
[image by Rifle Design]
Now that The Highline is open to the public here in NYC, I’m going to take a wild guess and say we’re going to be seeing a lot more bridal shoots there…these were taken by Annabel of Belathée Photography.
[images from Belathée Photography]
I thought I would send ours over for you to see and maybe add to the Save the Date features. Although, I have to say I’m a little nervous sending you pictures, since I know that you look at amazing wedding inspiration every day. They are DIY with lots love. Our amazing friends and family helped us form an assembly line one weekend at my house to put together all the pieces. I used my favorite Cricut and Cuttlebug craft machines for cutting the numbers and embossing. The paper products including the mini envelopes are from Paper Source. They were hard work, but we’ve been getting lots of fun feedback from our guests and I’m hoping that it gets them excited for the wedding that is to come. Now I just have to figure out what to do for our invitations!
[images from Michelle]