Chosen the date? Check. Decided on your venue? Check. Written your guest list? Check. Yipeee! Thats brilliant! Now it’s time to announce this news to the world … no wait let’s not get too carried away, I mean now is the time to announce this to your guest list that you have been working so tirelessly on to perfect over the last few weeks.

But … that doesn’t mean you can’t announce your exciting news in style. At PaperSkeleton we believe that your wedding stationery is probably one of the most important pieces to your wedding day. This is the very first piece of your wedding that you will be sharing with your guests, so it is important for this to be the right style and most of all personal to the bride and groom. When creating save the dates there are no boundaries, imaginations should be running wild at this stage. You should be thinking what makes you as a couple different and what’s unique about your wedding day? These are the key bits of information that will set a great brief for your wedding stationer when they are putting together design proposals.

It is also important to get the style of the design nailed at this stage as you will want to incorporate this into the invitations, menu’s, place names, table plan and so on. Consistency is key and will flow right the way through ensuring that your style is stamped on everything. This day is a celebration of you both so really go for it!
To get those creative juices flowing here are a few examples from PaperSkeleton’s ever growing portfolio.

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This simple yet unique save the date idea adds some texture with the added layer of wax paper, fixed with a silver or gold brad. The image can be anything you like so get creative.

 

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A very unique spin on the traditional save the date, an origami love heart, unveiling a surprise message!

 

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This couple just cannot get enough of their best friend Otto the Sausage dog, so we just had to give him a prime spot on the stationery. Otto starts off as a standard sized sausage dog and when you open the gatefold invite you will see a really looooooong Otto, complete with special message!

paper skeleton2This fun loving couple met half way across the world so naturally a travel theme was at the core of this wedding. This cute passport photo of the bride and groom spelling out the date to the wedding when it’s unveiled is a really fun way of letting your guests know the special date. With a magnet too so everyone can keep this on their fridge at home so they never forget.

 

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