Looking for a unique way to have everyone save your date? Our chic save the date postcards are every bit as smart as they are stylish! You’ll not only save paper by skipping the envelopes, but starting at just 84¢ each, you’ll save coin too. Plus, it’s fun and easy to add photos and a note to your favorite design.
Here are a few of our favorite new save the date postcard designs—which one do you like best?
We’ve been promising their debut for a while, but the day is finally here—Wedding Paper Divas is thrilled to announce the launch of our brand new line of save the date magnets!
By combining style and functionality, these charming magnets are sure to land in the coveted spot on the middle of your friends’ refrigerator doors for months before your wedding (and probably for long after you say, “I do,” too!).
We also offer adorable save the date postcards in addition to our selection of classic save the date cards, so we think all of this variety begs the question—which type of couple are you? Would you opt for save the date cards, postcards or magnets? Why?
Sending out a save the date is your first opportunity as a couple to show off your unique style to all your wedding guests. Wedding Paper Divas not only offers a sweet variety of save the date cards for every style, but we also now carry a charming collection of unique save the date postcards! Aside from the darling designs, the best part about these casual and chic cards is their format—your special message and handwritten addressing on the backside will deliver that extra personal touch your friends and family will adore.
Here are a few picks from our new collection that I can’t stop smiling about—which is your favorite?
I love the idea of adding something to tables that make guests want to travel around and mingle to other tables to see what’s going on. One wedding I went to in Boston did that. The couple had pictures of themselves at different places they had traveled to. I kind of took that idea one step further and thought about getting Vintage postcards to put on each table. These could be places that the couple has traveled to or the places that they want to go to. If the couple has been there, adding information on the back of the postcards about their travels would be really interesting and a conversation starter for guests. If they haven’t been there, the couple could write down information about the place and why they want to go there. Another option for those that don’t like writing is just to list the names of the people who will be sitting on the table. I think this will be a fun and creative way to add personality to your wedding tables.