Post # 1
I found a company at the Austin Bridal Extravaganza that makes flipbook Save-The-Date Cards. It is so cool! I am using them to make mine… so excited! The link below shows you what it is:
Any ideas on what sign I should bring?
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
that’s really cute! I would make save the date signs with your date, but I wouldn’t do any of the crazy props. I wonder how much those are to ship?
Post # 4
That’s one expensive save the date! Are you sure it just isn’t something extra you’d want at the actual wedding?
Post # 5
Oh my gosh! I’m obsessed with that idea! Totally keeping it in mind whenever I get engaged… I agree with PP, make signs that have your date/maybe Save the Date signs, but maybe no props! Just the two of y’all being all cute and in love.
Concerning the price, if it’s what you want to spend your money on, DO IT! Don’t let anyone talk you out of/make you feel bad about spending the $$.. it’s what YOU want.
Post # 6
instead of a sign, use 3 balloons which say your date!
Post # 8
I’m on a pretty tight budget so there was no way I could have afforded this. But my Dad saw how awesome we thought the idea was and surprised us by booking them for our STDs!
@Katnisseverdeen: They are $4 each and we are making 60 of them. 🙂
@heathertallody: I love the balloon idea! Where can I get ballons with a date on them on short notice?
Post # 9
- Wedding: June 2013 - Country Club
I would pass on that, simply because can you imagine the postage on a save the date that big?! Cool idea though! I like the idea more than a photobooth at a wedding.