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Save THAT Date!!

Save the dates are a fun way to announce to family and friends of your up and coming wedding. This gives brides the opportunity to give their guests a first glimpse of what their wedding will entail. Their are many ways to do provide your guests the information. Below are a few different ways.

Flat 5×7 Card printed on white matte cardstock with a magnet attached.




Flat 5×7 card printed on white matte cardstock and mounted on a fuchsia matte cardstock.

Flat 4×8 card printed on white matte cardstock

Save the Date – it’s Marguerite’s 80th Birthday!

I love celebrating life and what special way to make sure all your loves ones will help celebrate for you, send them a save the date! Not just for weddings, you can send save the dates for any special occasion going on in your life.
A7 flat card printed on white matte cardstock.

Nicole and Mike ~ Save the Date

Nicole is great to work with. She new exactly what she wanted. Her venue is decorated with gorgeous chandeliers, so she wanted to incorporate that into her stationery. Along with elegance, sophistication and simplicity, I help her dream become a reality.
The save the date is an A7 card printed on shimmer metallic paper with a magnet attached so her guest’s can put the reminder on their fridge.

Jennifer and Casey

Here is one of my save the date styles with a magnet attached. The magnet is a standard business card size – perfect for the refrigerator (doesn’t take up too much room!).

For Jennifer and Casey, they wanted an elegant, yet tasteful design. I decided to do a damask pattern. Jennifer than decided to upgrade to the metallic paper after seeing a sample of it. They take your breath away in person… Great choice Jennifer!



Jen and Neil

I had a lot of fun working with Jen and Neil. I worked with them from the very beginning with their save the dates.

She choose vibrant colors: orange, fuchsia, deep red, antique golds. Since they cherished each others family routes, the invitation was done in English and Indian (I currently do not have a picture, but will soon).
Jennifer from OC’s Finest Weddings did a fabulous job bringing it all together!