Not Your Grandma's Homemade Stationery: 5 Ways To Make A Mark With Wedding Invitations

December 23, 2010 by rachelnall
shefinds | Weddings

A plain and simple wedding announcement? We’re over it. Save the dates are meant to be memorable — you’ve got to grab your guests’ attention so they’ll mark their calendar and prepare to dance ’til dawn.

This Jet Set Save the Date from ($180 for 50) is customizable in 28 type styles, 21 ink colors and your choice of monogram.

These Lanvin bridal greeting cards by designer Alber Ebaz ($55 for six) on Net-A-Porter are the perfect cards for the label-obsessed bride, and feature a romantic Parisian proposal scene. Include a personal message or print a save-the-date greeting on the inside.

This Monte Carlo Save the Date from ($138 for 50) lets you play a winning card. Perfect if the bride or groom who loves poker, but isn’t getting married in Vegas.

You aren’t too proud to beg — and this Heartfelt Words save-the-date (50 cards for $79.50) from lets your guests know just how important they are to you. The bold, colorful palette is customizable in three color styles.

The Restored Calendar magnet ($119.50 for 50 magnets) from has a stylish vintage feel. If you prefer the paper form, that’s available too ($64.50 for 50 cards).

Looking for more great deals on cheap gowns and accessories? Check our guides to the best cheap wedding invitations, best wedding invitations and wedding decor.


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