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Dude, I’m loving this “tribal” trend right now. Lot’s of native american inspired prints in clothes and in some weddings. I pretty much die everytime I see a sweater with this print and am hoping to snag one for christmas. We shall see. I also love that this trend can also be translated to other countries. You could have an African safari type theme too.
So, this trend totally inspired this invite and save the date in my shop:
And, here are some totally cool images I found for inspiration:
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You’re engaged! Congrats! And now you have your venues booked so what’s the first thing you need to do? Send the SAVE THE DATES!
You should send your Save the Dates out 6-8 months before your event (see my wedding stationery checklist for a timeline), especially if you are inviting a lot of people from out of town. This gives them plenty of time to make arrangements and travel plans.
What needs to go on the Save the Dates?
- The couple’s names and go ahead and put the name you go by.
- DATE (nuff said)
- Location. Usually just the city is enough.
Additionally, think about doing a photo card. This is super helpful for weddings where the guests have not met the bride or groom. Since we’ve become such a technological society, a website is another great thing to include on the save the date. Wedding websites now provide accommodations, travel and information on the couple. This is SO helpful for weddings with a lot of guests from out of town.
Save the Dates can be postcards or cards inside an envelope. Be aware, postcards can take a beating in the mail so definitely think about that.