Category: Rustic

Mason Jar Save the Date Card

Happy Monday, loves! We are so excited to kick off a brand new week of wedding inspiration with you. Did you have a nice weekend? We sure did, but talk about a fast few days! At least it’s finally March, which means spring isn’t too far away so we can finally start enjoying fresh flowers and sitting out in the backyard sipping on lemonade. You know, the spring and summer dreams that make even the harshest winters (like ours, this year) so worth it. Speaking of mason jars and flowers and pretty things, we spotted this floral mason jar save the date card and just had to share it with you. It’s from Lucy Loves Paper, new Featured Artist in The Marketplace. You’ll be seeing more from her in the future, so keep an eye out. Today, we’re sharing this save the date which is available in two mason jar styles: chalkboard or mint. And, as Lucy puts it herself, it’ll make your guests, “want to frame it and hang it for decor.” We couldn’t agree more. Go on, take a peek!

Mason Jar Save the Date

We are serious about all things chalkboard, but we love both of these! Which one do you like better?

mason jar save the date

mint mason jar save the date

mason jar save the date with flowers

You can find out more about this save the date card here.

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5 (New!) Vintage Rustic Save the Date Cards

Happy Wednesday, loves! Emma here and there’s one wedding detail I love right off the bat: the save the date card. I especially love when I receive one as a guest myself, like I did a few weeks ago. I pretty much squealed with glee (just ask Andrew, and my neighbors down the street. Oh, and our mail lady). Save the date cards are guaranteed to get your guests excited for the fun that awaits. But, more importantly, it gives them a heads up so they can plan travel arrangements AND keep the date wide open so they can attend your big day. In the summer, this is especially important as weddings and graduation parties and vacations and barbecues seem to fill up calendars oh-so-quickly. Not that someone would rather go to a grad party or a barbecue instead of your big day, but you get the idea.

Today we’re sharing five (new!) vintage rustic save the date cards handmade by Paper Street Press. And let me tell you, this collection is awe-inspiring! I think you’ll have trouble picking a favorite because I sure did. Enjoy!

Vintage Rustic Save the Date Ideas

1. This mason jar save the date is everything

I can just smell the romantic nighttime summer air and see the fireflies already. You too?


2. This save the date with a woodsy vibe


3. This love story save the date is my favorite

It tells their love story! I adore this. (p.s. click here to see this one up close.)


4. This watercolor chalkboard save the date with cool typography


Now, a save the date doesn’t have to match the invitations… but it can! We spotted this coordinated set of invitations and we’re loving them.

matching invitations to rustic watercolor save the date


5. This tree save the date with whimsical bunting



Head over to Paper Street Press to see more! Nicci is awesome to work with, so we know you’re in good hands. Tell her Emmaline Bride sent you! It’s good karma.

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Easy Table Number Idea for Rustic Wedding

We love an easy DIY decor idea, especially when it combines two wedding essentials in one. Case in point? These heart table numbers spotted over at Montana Snow. These table numbers are an excellent idea because they are added right to your centerpiece.

Easy Table Number Idea

These heart table numbers are made of wood and stamped with the table number on each. It can be placed in a vase of flowers, like your centerpiece, so guests can find their seats easily. Since you don’t need a table number to hold these up, you have one less detail to worry about! (We love that.)

heart table numbers

And here’s an easy centerpiece idea: add baby’s breath to a blue mason jar and place a table number inside. See? One and done!



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Ready to grab yours? Head over to Montana Snow.