For the couple who doesn’t shy away from color, why not go all out with bold, brilliant hues. Magenta, chartreuse, and ice blue work surprisingly well when paired with bright white. To keep your wedding theme from looking too loud, focus on one bright color as your main hue, and use the other colors as accents in the details.
The ever-chic team at BHLDN put together this inspiration board for us, and it perfectly captures this week’s theme of a modern wedding. Classic black and white decor and attire are accented by blush pink details and pops of silver sparkle.
Choosing your Save the Date card is an important part of wedding planning. After all, it is the first impression guests will have of your wedding, and provides a great moment for you to convey your personality as a couple. Today we’re sharing a few tips on how to style the perfect photo for your Save the Dates.
Start by taking the time to think about what style of Save the Date would best represent both your wedding, and you as a couple. Browse our new Save the Date collection, and get a general idea of what you want. Knowing whether your Save the Date design will be portrait or landscape will help your photographer capture the best shot for the design, and let you be creative with the photo shoot.
Destination Beach Wedding
If you are heading someplace tropical to say “I Do”, get your guests excited with nautical or beach images. Take a look at how the text is placed on the Save the Date, and see if you can get creative with your photo, like this beach picture. Remember to send Save the Dates even earlier for destination weddings, as guests will need to make travel arrangements!
More ideas for destination wedding Save the Dates: Think travel – suitcases are a great and easy prop to incorporate into your engagement shoot.
Are you and your fiancé extra crafty? Give your guests a small taste of the DIY goodies they can expect from your wedding with a cute infographic Save the Date. Add in a few handmade props for the photos, and you guests will know to expect something extra special.
Play With Your Background
If you can pick your design before your engagement shoot, you can really get creative! We love this chalkboard idea – it really shows the playfulness of the engaged couple.
Keep It Simple
At the end of the day, your love is really the most important part of your Save the Date cards. A photo doesn’t need props or an exciting location to make an impact. Tip: keep extra space around you so you can adjust the cropping to fit your chosen design.
Inspired by our Pantone Dazzling Blue inspiration board, we’re picking out our favorite wedding stationery to match this vibrant shade of colbalt. Whether you desire subtle blue details on your save the date cards or rich color wedding invitations, it is easy to incorporate this shade into your stationery suite.