I love save the dates for a lot of reasons, and magnets are one of the best forms they can take. The first thing your guests will do is stick them up on the fridge. Every time they go to grab the milk, they’ll be looking at a reminder that your wedding is just around the corner! It’s a great way to make sure everyone appreciates the love you share with your significant other, and that your investment in your Philadelphia wedding stationery designer and your engagement photos is worth every penny.
Danyelle and Nick are getting married on May 17, 2014. They wanted a save the date magnet that had a rustic feel to it, so I created a lace pattern for the background and then used a photo from their engagement session on top of it.
By the way, if you’re wondering who captured this stunning image of the happy couple, it’s Amanda Young of Swoon Over It photography! Amanda was my wedding photographer (you can see some of those images in this post), so I’m hugely excited to be collaborating with her on this great couple’s wedding.
April Lynn Designs did a vendor interview with Amanda last year, in which she talked about what she loves most about being a wedding photographer. Her passion certainly comes through in her images. If you’d like to see more of Danyelle and Nick’s engagement session at Ridley Creek State Park, you can head on over to the Swoon Over It blog.
Danyelle and Nick’s wedding colors are sea foam green and kraft brown. Those colors lend themselves perfectly to the rustic feel they wanted, and I can’t wait to show you their wedding invitations! I’m so proud of how they turned out.
Danyelle and Nick, I hope your wedding preparations are going smoothly. Just three more months to go!