Elegant but rustic ‘tying the knot’ save the dates inspired by my handmade wedding stationery
When someone adds one of my blog post links to there’s I get a message about it, so I was delighted when I got this one and discovered that someone had been inspired by my own save the dates. Quite by surprise the save the dates we made for our wedding have become one of the most popular blog posts I’ve featured and many, many TNWC readers have recreated their own versions – I love seeing them all.
Most often people use the recycled brown card that I myself fell in love with, but these ones created by an American letterpress and stationery company use a white card and are equally beautiful. The couple were inspired by the ‘tying the knot’ version of my save the dates (another ‘most viewed’ blog post) where a knot is tied in twine as you open the save the date.
I will never tire of seeing versions of our save the dates and think it’s incredible to think that couples all around the world have been making and sending them out for their weddings.
You can view my original blog post on my save the dates, or alternatively here’s my ‘how to’ guide on how I made our save the dates. You might also like to have a look at the ‘tying the knot’ version.
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