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Save the Date Ideas: From Crafty to Creative and Everything in Between!

Save the Date by WhiteKnot If you’re debating whether to send Save the Dates, you’re not alone. While certainly not required, there are situations where they can be useful. From research we found save the date notifications should be used for destination weddings and are recommended for weddings held during busy times of the year. Sending save the dates allow your guests the opportunity to budget their time and make arrangements to attend. Hana, Co-Founder of Wedding Republic, recommends sending save the dates out 6-8 months before your set wedding date. So if Save the Dates are appealing to you, keep reading for some memorable options.  After browsing the Internet for some creative save the date ideas, we found a few we loved. Record a video for family and friends. It doesn't have to be fancy, just whip out your iPhone and be your awesome selves! Upload your video to Youtube and send out the link for a much more interactive email announcement. For a rustic look try

Fun Creative Wedding Favors

Wedding favors are a nice touch and show warm appreciation for your guests. Whatever the size of your guest list, these wedding favors will bring a smile without breaking the bank. Edible wedding favors are a very popular option. For a sweet gift try individually wrapped cookies. Certain bakeries can provide custom cookies with your names and wedding date. At , you can order individually boxed sugar cookies with milk or dark chocolate engraved with your custom artwork. For a less costly diy treat you could put together your own goodie bag and affix a custom sticker ( offers a set of 48 1” round labels for $9). For a fun refreshing summer gift, treat your guests to your favorite soda pop as they wait for the festivities to begin. At, you can design your own custom labels and receive a 12 pack fo