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4 Save-the-date trends we love

Save-the-dates give your guests a first glance at the intended aesthetic of your event. However, unlike the invitations, they need not be in close keeping with the mood and formality of your upcoming nuptials. Save-the-dates should be sent out roughly 10 months prior to your wedding date. This allows invitees sufficient time to make travel arrangements and request time off work, if necessary. Your save-the-date can be symbolic of your couple personality or representative of your wedding theme–the world is your oyster. So for those who have hit the design brick wall, we've scoped out a few winning ideas–and we're completely smitten with them all. 1. Opt for organic. This oak-inspired design is simple, clean and feels gender neutral to appease both the bride and groom. 2. Candy coating. Pink is having a serious bridal moment. This exotic save-the-date has just the right amount of sweetness with a pale pink backwash. 3. Print master. Get inspired by wallpaper-esque prints which make the prettiest backing for any save-the-date design. 4. Picture perfect. The ever-popular photo design remains a save-the-date staple this season. We love this artsy option below. 

 

{all stationery: Salutations; engagement photo: Kristin Vining}

Categories: Bride + Groom