Are you sending out Save The Dates?
Theres some really cool and creative ways of doing so. A quick search on the internet can really get you thinking. Recently we had an idea inspired by a wedding that we filmed earlier in the year, at Shona’s hen night each lady made a piece of bunting later it was all put together and strung up in the tall ship for the wedding reception, we thought this was a great way of adding some personal feel to the decor. If its not feasible to do it at your hen night how about sending out some resources as part of a save the date for each invitee to make a unique piece of bunting (or even squares of material to make up a family throw) and send them back to you.
Here’s another couple of ideas that we’ve found on the net:
This Decoder diy save the date makes your guests work for the information and feel a little bit like a spy having to find the secret information!
How about playing off the ‘tying the knot’ phrase and making a card that literally ties the know when opened, there’s a few examples of this but I really like the rustic feel of this one.
And here’s an example of how some couples are using the modern method of the internet and film to send out their save the date’s!
Let us know what you plan on doing or share other creative ideas that you’ve found.