When you want custom save the date cards but without the hassle of designing them and printing them yourself, what’s a couple to do?
Consult a designer, of course!
Good news: hiring a designer doesn’t necessarily cost as much as you may think.
Thanks to Angela of Save The Date Originals, you can get custom save the dates made without all the hassle: buying a template, editing it, worrying about misspellings, proofreading it 10x, and figuring out where to get save the dates printed near you.
Oof. You have enough on your plate!
In this article, we’ll tell you exactly where to get custom save the date cards made that are formulated with your vision in mind.
There’s no need to sort through endless designs and worry about your color choices; no stress of working with an online design tool and dragging and dropping all the info. Nope! No frustration here!
Instead, you’ll work one-on-one with an actual designer who knows what you need to include, how to format it perfectly, and how to create the save the date cards you want.
From rustic to traditional, offbeat to modern, beach to boho, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for in shop.
Here are a few examples of custom save the date cards she has designed for couples.
Custom Ticket Save the Dates
Admit your guests to your event with these fun ticket-inspired save the date cards. I like how this example has a Star Wars inspired look and feel!
If you’re a baseball fan — perhaps even planning a baseball themed wedding — these custom save the date cards are a perfect way to kick off your theme.
Prefer football? No problem!
Photos are an easy way to add a personalized touch to your cards and share one of your favorite engagement pictures.
Have more than one picture you’d like to include? Choose a photo strip save the date, which includes up to three of your favorite images.
When it comes to custom save the dates, you don’t have to stick with a regular rectangular shape; choose something unique, like a circle, heart-shape, or beach-inspired luggage tag. I love all of these options!
These rustic heart-shaped cards would look nice on the fridge as a magnet, too. Find out more about magnet options here.
Have something modern in mind? Prefer a classic look? Maybe you’re more of a vintage bride? With dozens of fresh color palettes, florals, and motifs, Angela can bring your vision to life.
This vintage chandelier motif makes a great fit for an old-fashioned / glam style wedding.
Looking for something simple and elegant? Choose a traditional card like the style shown below:
Any of these save the dates can be made into magnets, too. If you’re wondering if you can send them in the mail, read: How To Mail Save the Date Magnets where we cover everything you need to know.
In conclusion, what do you think of these custom cards? Do you see a design that is perfect for your wedding?
SaveTheDateOriginals is a Featured Artist at Emmaline Bride.