There so many different, creative and inexpensive ways to make Save The Date cards. Especially when you are having a ocean front or beach wedding at Center Hill Estates in Plymouth.
One trendy option is to write your love note or initials and dates in the sand and take a photo. Another popular Save The Date idea is to assemble a message in a bottle.
photo @ Inspire Design and Create
To help you with your Save the Date cards, here are some quidelines and a few more fun and trendy ideas.
Save the Date Rules and Etiquette:
1) Send them out 6 months before the ceremony. Any earlier and you run the risk of your date or venue changing.
2) If you want to save money, only send them to out-of-town guests and people you know will need to plan far in advance.
3) They are a must for destination weddings, or if your wedding happens to fall on a 3-day holiday weekend.
4) If you're going with a quirky photo or motif, be cautious about who you're sending them to. Especially if you have any relatives on the conservative side.
5) Be upfront about who's invited. Does the guest receive a +1? Are you banning children from your wedding? It's important to note this in the content of the card.
6) Remember to add "Invitation to Follow."
7) Don't forget to include your wedding website URL.
1. Instagram Calendar Stickers
2. The Movie Parody
4. Tiny Box of Tiny Figurines
You could assemble your own and buy something similar off Etsy.
6. Confetti Explosion
A fun idea that you could customize with your own paper pattern. Get the instructions here.
Another cute confetti idea.
7. Save the Date Paper Dolls
Get more information on how to make these here.
9. Scratch-Off Paint Cards
Get the directions here. You could also use the scratch-off to expose the wedding location, if you're doing a destination wedding.
10. The 3-D Secret Decoder Message
Click here for many more How to Save the Date ideas.
Center Hill Estates
104 Center Hill Road | Plymouth, MA 02360 |508-733-3874
Ocean and Beach Front Weddings