Post # 1
I just thought that this is such a cool and easy idea that I should share to the bees 🙂
I called it the fake save the date really because I had to delete some personal information there to share but let’s just say it’s close enough to our real save the date video….
Post # 3
What a cute idea, great job.
Post # 4
That is one of the most adorable things I’ve seen in a while….. can you do save the date via email/ youtube video? cause I had no idea and it would save SOOOO much money…. is it on a wedding website so people who drop by see it or was it sent out per person per email? If it’s on a website do you put a countdown clock so people know when to respond by? I am loving this idea hench all the questions
Post # 5
@Raine Monkey: You have all good questions haha.. This gives me inspiration. So I just send an email out to my guests (bcc of course). And in the email I asked our guests to check out our Save the date (and give them the link to the youtube video, or on Gmail and Hotmail when you attach a youtube video, the recipients can just play it through their emails) and then I also referred them to my wedding website and mentioned Invitation to Follow.
I should include the video to my website but I haven’t figured out how to do so, UGH. and then I haven’t asked them to RSVP yet so I have no countdown clock (although that’s a goood idea..)
And then I’m not really a traditional bride. I’m not American eventhough I live in LA and my fiance is American so I’m using that as my excuse to not follow the tradition (didn’t I read that save the date is a recent invention?) and so I just sent them a STD video through email. I had also emailed guests a form and ask them to give me their address that way (through Google Forms) and will be asking guests to RSVP online (no RSVP postcard/stamps yay..)
@tksjewelry: thank you!