Do you want to put a bit of a twist on the traditional and put your own stamp on your wedding? Sounds like you’re up for rocking a more original vibe and with so many choices for your big day who can blame you.
Why not start as you mean to go on by sourcing original, quirky and cute ‘Save The Date’ ideas to really rock your route all the way to your big day itself. By sending out something as unique and charming as one of these ‘Save The Date’ balloons, wooden heart magnets or cute cards, you’re also signalling to your guests that your upcoming wedding will be anything but ordinary – who wants ordinary? It’s your day, so start as you mean to go on and announce your big day your way.
Save The Date Balloons
Wow, what a fun and interactive way to encourage your guests to save the date! We just love these balloons. The backing card for the personalised balloon has the words ‘Please inflate & save the date’ and the balloons are available in a variety of colours to match your colour scheme.
The wording on the balloon is personalised with the bride and groom’s first names and the wedding date, and this is attached to the backing card using coloured twine.
Save The Date Magnets
Who doesn’t love a fab fridge magnet? Unusual and fun, these lovely custom made wooden magnets from one of our supplier buddies About To Be Hitched are such an individual way to announce the date of your wedding day.
These save the dates will be engraved with your names and date of your wedding accompanied by a decorative quirky bunting.
Or choose ones with a more rustic feel such as, these which can be totally personalised to your requirements.
Save The Date Cute Maps
We love a cute map here at Girl Gets Wed HQ, so when we saw these gorgeous little map save the date magnets and cards, it was love at first sight!
Cute and quirky, you can also have invitations, table plans, in fact, all of your stationery themed to match. They’re sure to be a great talking point amongst your guests and lets not forget the functional side to these amazing cards – no one’s ever going to forget where your venue is, or indeed, how to get there!