It’s always interesting to hear what the inspirations behind our competitions actually pick for their cards. Here are some real-time responses from our Style Me Pretty couples on what save the date cards they’re thinking about using for their upcoming nuptials.
I love the font, and the butterfly on the front…and I like that it is all one color. If I had to change one thing about it, I would hope that if it gets picked up to be sold by minted.com , that it could be possible to offer it in a variety of colors. Our wedding colors are in the purple family, and the original green color wouldn’t be my first choice.
(Not to worry, Brittany—all of our cards are always fully customizable and can be made in any color under the sun. All you have to do is get in touch with one of our customer associates by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 1-888-828-MINT / 1-415-466-2090 )
Victoria: We agreed on all of these. The main colors for our wedding are black and white so it is hard to find a save the date in those colors that isn’t too serious/harsh. We actually like the idea of a total departure from the wedding colors for the save the dates. Seasonality wasn’t super important to us but we liked the subtle play on winter some of the designers came up with like the Penguins and the smitten save the date by sweet street gals.
We both like the detailed designs and texture that she included. We also really liked Falling Leaves by Pottsdesign.
I thought the artistry is excellent. I would actually prefer something a little more light colored. I also like Simply Save the Date by lehan, but haven’t asked Thomas about it yet… But once again the understated detail, artistry and light colors really caught my eye.
Hannah: MY personal favorite pick for our wedding is the Blossom Save the Date by Kerry Doyle.
Our colors are (as of now) black & white with spring green accents, and I absolutely love the contrast of the bright green against the bright white. I also love the fonts she chose, I think they are perfect for our level of formality and our personalities!
Although I also love the Flourishing by Susan Schneider.
(Hannah, you can always pick a super girly invite for your shower! We can easily make any of these save the dates into bridal shower invitations.)
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