Save The Date Ideas: Save The Dates With A Twist!

Some of my favourite stationary save the dates...
Happy Feet (Black) Save The Date from Wedding Paper Divas. I love this film style save the date - perfect for you movie buffs out there!

I think this Love Birds designs from Paper Dates is super cute! If you are looking for a simple but effective design that won't break the bank then these are a fab choice. These save the dates retail at £89 for 50.

This is a beautiful save the date from Lucy Ledger designs. I love the post card style of this invite. I think this is a great option for a shabby chic wedding and it would also be a great choice for a Parisienne themed wedding! These save the dates retail at £1.50 each.

I think that these Fern Save The Date cards by The Charming Press are elegant but still convey a subtle undertone a of vintage feel. I think that even though the design is simple it works very well at capturing the eye and making an impression. These save the dates retail at £2 each. 

This save the date design by Orange Blossom Design certainly is unique! This pull out bunting card is a fantastic way to grab your guests attention. This is one of my favourite designs - I think it is fun, fresh and fantastic for a summer wedding. These save the dates retail at £3.20 each. 

I think that this design by the Appleberry Press is extremely chic. I love the contrast of the beautiful golden font against the pale pink background. I think this invite looks much more expensive than it is and oozes a sophisticated style. This invite retails at £1.35.

This save the date would be perfect for a vintage wedding. I love the colours of this invite and the polka-dots! I think the ribbon is very pretty and practical too - your guests can use it to hang up their invite somewhere in plain view. This save the date is by Paper Grace and retails at £1.50.

If you are planning an art deco or Gatsby themed wedding then I think that this save the date would be right up your street! This Crystal Dreams design is by Bluebird stationary - great font, great colours, great save the date! These save the dates start at 99p each. 

I love this Airmail Style Save The Date by  Hip Hip Hooray. The beauty with this save the date is that you pay £6.00 for a customised PDF file which you are then able to print yourself or have printed by a local printers. They do provide a printing service themselves for an extra cost. I

Thinking Outside The Box...

Save The Date Luggage Tags: These luggage tags are a novel way to send your save the dates. I think this is a great option for those of you who are having a destination wedding abroad or a travel themed wedding. These luggage tag save the dates are from Honey Tree Publishing and they retail at £1.50 each.

Save The Date Tea Towel: Check out this gorgeous Tookies Paradise design tea towel! This is great option for either a save the date or a wedding day invitation. There is a charge of £65 for the design and then the tea towels cost £275 for 100 tea towels (smaller quantities are available). I think this is a great option - your guests will be reminded of your big day when they dry their dishes- before and after the event! Check out for more details. 

Save The Date Tie The Knot: This tying the knot save the date is available on eBay from the seller "ianedmunds" at £1.15 each. Lots of stockists have latched onto this idea and these are fast becoming a popular choice for couples looking for a save the date with a twist. 

Save The Date Magnet:I love these Chalkboard Calendar Save The Date cards by Norma and Dorothy which are available with a magnetic strips. They start at £1 each for a plain card and there is an extra charge for the magnetic strip
Here is another option option for those of you thinking of giving magnets to your guests as save this dates. This little gem is from Bedcrumb. They have a great wedding stationary range and we went with this company when choosing our "Will you be our bridesmaid/best man?" gifts. These save the dates retail at £2.50 each.

Save The Date Keyring: this personalised circus theme saved the date Keyring is a great idea for a save the date. Your guests will be reminded of your big day every time they open their front door or turn on their car engine. These key rings retail at £1.95 each and they are available from Contemporary Invitations. 

Save The Date Flip Book: This next option is a great idea and one I think your groom will love. To create a flip book you simply send 10 seconds of video footage of you and your groom being silly or soppy and then his is created into a VERY memorable invite. The covers of the flip books can be customised too with your own personal details. Check out for more information.

Save The Date Balloon: These balloons are a fun way to inform your guests of the date of your wedding. These balloons are made by the White Knot and retail at £2.95 each. 

Save The Date "Pencil Us In": This is one of my favourite ideas! I think that this a clever and quirky way to inform your guests of your wedding dates. These save the dates retail at £3 each - they are a bit pricier compared to some of the other options but you can guarantee that your guests will certainly remember your date with these memorable save the dates by Emma Jo Designs. 

Save The Date Scratch cards: Take a look at this unique way to let your guests know when the big day is. I think that Save The Date scratch cards are a great idea for a Las Vegas themed wedding or a wedding where you will be including a casino in your entertainment plans.These cards are available from and they are affordable at £1.35 each when you order 100. 


Save The Date Calendar Stickers: Lots of DIY blogs feature instagram save the date calendar stickers. Send away to have a picture of you and your hubby to be printed into stickers. Send these stickers out to your loved ones on a piece of card detailing the date and location of your wedding and as them to stick your faces onto that date!

Save The Date - Make a video and post it on Facebook! - You can always use the powerful and free mode of social media. If one of you is particularly creative you could make a memorable video - you could include your favourite songs, shoot scenes at your favourite places or you could even recreate the story of how you first met. The possibility is endless and the budget is minimal. 

Save The Date Photos: Why not grab your camera and get creative. Go on Pinterest and you will find lots of couples who have come up with some very creative saving dates using their camera and a little imagination. Some of my favourites include couple who etched their dates in chalk on stone and drew other objects such as floating balloons and giant hearts - they then staged themselves in place on the floor next to their etchings e.g. with the chalked heart and date in between them, or as if holding onto the balloons themselves. You could go simpler and simply hold a piece of paper with the date or the bride could hold a sheet of card saying "I said YES". There are lots and lots of different options. Once you are happy with the way your photo has turned out you can get your cards professionally printed for a relatively low cost at a company such as Vistaprint. 


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