"Desert"ed Save the Dates
Who said all rustic save the dates have to feature mason jars and lace? This fun save the date incorporates a desert theme while keeping a rustic identity, thanks to the typography and the watercolor effect of the images. You can continue the theme with the rest of your stationary, like invitations or rustic wedding programs.
Mark Your Calendars
What better way to get a date across than by circling it in on a calendar? Share your special day in an adorable way by sending your guests a miniature page from a calendar, with the date marked with a heart!
Formal with a Side of Lace
The dainty lace on this save the date gives a rustic touch to an otherwise formal looking stationary piece. The perfect balance between country and city, we can already picture toasting the health of the bride and groom at an elegant wedding with some vintage accents.
Pencil Us In
An alternative take on the traditional save the date, we love the play on words used here. Complete with twine around the pencil, this is a wedding that the guests will be "inking" into their calendars.
Not a fan of paper save the dates? More and more couples are looking for "useful" versions of this announcement — like a magnet. This wooden magnet suggests a rustic wedding theme with the antler and branch motif.
There is something beautiful in the simplicity of this rustic save the date. An important element to keeping this trendy style is the tan-colored paper with the "chalk" writing. It looks natural and beautiful.
Who, What & Where
Tie in the location of the wedding into the save the date for a stunning and unique look, like this Colorado-inspired example. The ink and watercolor effects keep this save the date looking rustic and stylish, even though it deviates from the traditional flowers and branches.
Don't Forget to Get Personal
Keep it personal by making your own unique mark on your save the date. And there is nothing more personal nor more unique than your fingerprint! Get crafty and a little messy with your partner while creating a rustic save the date for your guests to enjoy.
We Wood Like to Annouce...
The wedding journey started with a "Will you marry me?" and now you're asking your guests, "Wood you attend my wedding?" Puns aside, the twine knot on this beautiful wooden save the date adds a sweet earnestness and element of interest.
A picture is worth a thousand words, so why don't you just use one to ask your guests to save the date? Keep it cute and rustic by incorporating hand painted or chalkboard signs or, as in this beachside photo, an antler.