Saving the Date in Classic Style

You may have guessed from my previous posts that…I’m getting married (!!!!!) in January to the most handsome man who also turns out to be my best friend.  We’re going with a black-tie, classic wedding in Philadelphia with a warm black, gold and marble theme.

save the dates

Wedding planning thus far has been SO FUN!  I love the pretty little details that go into planning every last minute of the day. But planning a wedding + having a full time job + keeping up with a blog can be…stressful? chaos?  All of the above!  So I wanted to make sure my save the dates were perfect and seamless…and guess what, ordering them was almost too easy!!

I went with Wedding Paper Divas because they had tons of options to choose from and you could personalize literally anything (plus, you have the option to add custom foiling to any piece you choose to make them shine)!  I spent hours browsing their site for the perfect match and the end result was more than I expected.

Long story short: Wedding Paper Divas has it all…personalized foil, limitless options, multiple color schemes that you can change based on your own, envelope printing + styling + personal liners, one-on-one time with a personal designer, a free digital proof…and it after you click order, everything is on your door step in 10-14 days!

Calling all brides to be, I swear this isn’t a paid promotion, I’m just obsessed with this invitation website! PS-if you love the way mine turned out just as much as I do, click here to see the theme I used and get designing to make it your own!

One thought on “Saving the Date in Classic Style

  1. Donna Shoenberger says:

    I tried to leave a comment, but it wouldn’t let me!! Said there was an error on that page??? Any way, I can’t wait to see them!!

    Sent from my iPad



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