Save-the-Dates are getting bigger and bigger. It’s now quite normal to get an email or card through the postbox forewarning you about a wedding some time in the future. And if you get the save-the-date, you’ll be getting an invitation.
If you’re planning your 2014 or 2015 wedding, you will, of course, be interested in Save the Dates and our favourite save-the-date trends for 2014 will have surely inspired you! But remember, whatever kind of save-the-date you create, you can use your Zankoyu wedding website as a platform for updating your guests.
As you might know, Zankyou’s wedding website service lets you create a personalised space online where you can put all kinds of handy information about your wedding and even include your online wedding gift list.
The possibilities are endless with a wedding website and the Zankyou service lets you add loads of useful (and free) plugins that include maps, playlists, videos, photo albums and even weather reports.
With the inclusion of videos and photos, you can easily post your Save the Date on your site and just guide your guests to view it there. And it looks just great!
Why not check out how Tiago and Manu did it by clicking here…
Now if you feel a video’s a bit out of your reach, whether for budget- or creativity-related reasons, you don’t even have to go that far.
We’ve been inspired by the Save the Date photographs taken by Andres Martinez at Studio Rigby for couple Dave Di Cicco and Rachael Batts, inspired by some classic and modern films.
Reflecting their characters, tastes and hobbies, the photos are a great reminder of love on film, you know, the epic kind. So it’s perfect for a Save the Date. Can you just imagine posting these on your wedding website and sending the link to all of your friends?
And what about this classic? Considering Casablanca is one of my favourite films of all time, this is just amazing. Wish I’d thought of it when I got married!
So what film would you pick to inspire your Save the Date and post on your Zankyou wedding website?!