Paper save-the-date puzzle, from Kalo Make Art. Photo: Her World Brides March – May 2014
Guess the date!
Whet your guests’ curiosity with unconventional save-the-dates. This paper puzzle reveals different messages and important details.
A themed suite
Go all out on your theme by including details from your favourite film or cartoon.
Knock on wood!
Perfect for the nature-loving couple, wooden invitations or suites are so lovely (and luxe), but more importantly, they’re eco-friendly, too.
Don’t leave guests out on the fun when you’re busy exchanging rings. Send them some love (and bling) along the way with this pop-up card.
Save-the-date sticker and message tag, from www.nineteendesign.com. Photo: Her World Brides December 2014 – February 2015
Brown bag it
Your save-the-date cards and invites in a cute lunch bag hints at the theme of your outdoor celebration.
Cards, from Pearlyn and Paper. The Paper Bunny Water & Coffee Print (without frame), and Too Blessed to be Stressed notebook, from www.naiise.com. Photo: Her World Brides March – May 2015
We had these made for the wedding party, but these are just as relevant for your guests too. Simply replace the text with your wedding details, and illustrations with an icon that best represents your wedding theme.
Destination weddings are always an exciting one, we always get to do a “Travel Guidebook”, it contains all of the basic itinerary and information about the place! For this couple, we incorporated nearly 40 pages of custom illustrations and watercolor drawings to present the information creatively. What a great way to pump up the excitement and anticipation for all of the wedding guests! #kartoe #luxuryweddinginvitations #capri #personalized
If you’re having a destination wedding, take things offline and send guests an informative guide that contains all the details they’ll need.
— Weddingbee (@weddingbee) October 22, 2015
This generous couple hand-delivered their invitation kits to all their guests for their destination wedding in Mexico. Inside: a tequila bottle, a sweet hand-written note, a sand dollar – all nestled in a lovely wooden box.