Happy Friday, BABs! In the premiere edition of our new Five for Friday series, I searched the Internetz for my five favorite shiny, glitterized and golden Save the Dates! These pretties are often the first taste of your … well, taste … that your guests will receive in anticipation of your wedding day. While they are by no means necessary, they do serve as a useful (and beautiful!) reminder of when the big day is. AND! Your Save the Dates can be wildly different than whatever you have in mind for your invitations, so don’t be afraid to reach for the (gilded) stars!
“Classic Quill,” InvitationBox.com., starting at $174 for 100.
“Gold Crest,” Invitations by Dawn, starting at $94.09 for 108.
“Golden Afterglow,” Wedding Paper Divas, starting at $114 for 100.
“Gilded Grace,” Wedding Paper Divas, starting at $139 for 100.
“Glamorous,” Invitations by Dawn, starting at $94.09 for 108.
Any of these glimmering lovelies strike your fancy? What type of Save the Date style would you like to see? Tell us in the comments!
YOU GUYS. (Sorry, I didn’t mean to yell, but this is important.) Invitations by Dawn. Let’s chat, shall we?
I must admit, I’m a pretty serious mom-and-pop-store lovin’ kinda gal. And when it came to my wedding invitations, I wanted so hard to keep it small, but with my 200 invites, it proved a difficult task. So, being the resourceful Interwebz maven I am, I searched high and low for something that would be uber unique to our small Hawaiian fete. I stumbled upon some super rad, and super cheap ones that had the Hawaiian islands and were made to look like an old-school treasure map. Slap some of our faves The Beatles lyrics on there? That’s a match made in stationery heaven!
Our invites were not only something I love so hard it hurts, but they were really affordable and we had so many customizable options, as well as amazing customer service. (Our proofs had a whopping error I missed the first time around and there were no problems fixing them.) They were printed on high-quality paper and were a cinch to fold up and make purdy for those mailboxes.
Thus, I was stoked to find out that Invitations by Dawn was doing a Pinterest contest. Yessssssss!!!!
Here’s the deal:
– Head on over to Pinterest.
-Follow Invitations by Dawn. Http://pinterest.com/dawninvites
– Go ahead. Create a wedding board. Already got one? You’re a step ahead.
– Hit up that hashtag and tag each pin with #dawninvitescontest
– Send it up! Email your completed board to email@example.com
Onward, ye brides-to-be! Go forth into the great battle for amazeballz wedding invitations! May the best bride win!