Save-the-dates are a time to have fun! They do not have to match your invitation or carry the same formality. They can be more whimsical and creative in terms of style and paper selection. Here are a few of the fun, customized save-the-dates we’ve designed for our clients.
Below is a travel trunk save-the-date we designed for a birthday party where the guests had to travel internationally. The inspiration came from the client’s favorite designer, Hermes.
(Below) These clients had many out of town guests flying in for their wedding. The design was inspired by the vintage Pan-Am advertising and airline tickets.
(Below) This couple was from New York City, so we photoshoped their names and the date on a simple black and white photo of a NYC taxi cab. Pictured is their entire paper line – as you can see, the save the date does not match the formal wedding invitation. We also had fun with their escort cards (origami dinosaurs!)
Below is an paper set that we designed for clients who were hosting their wedding at the Four Seasons Restaurant in NY. They really adored the architecture of the Seagrams Building, thus we used that as the inspiration for the save-the-date. Both of their names began with S, so we created an SS monogram that was used throughout their paper line.