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We have previously featured save the date personalised foil balloons on a previous article “Uk wedding planners advised to be more creative with the invitations”. This weekend we took some save the date balloons orders. Inspiration from an article I read at yeahmag. The save the date balloon started to become popular since 2010. Creative minds started to use wedding invitations in a more marketing fashion. Self-made invitations were last decade. Fridge magnets, DVD’s, USB sticks, postage stamps, street banners, and balloons have all been used.
save the date ideas
A popular list on Buzzfeed shows all the creative ideas. Zazzle have more recently placed thousands on their website. Some of the designs are amazing. Also found this tweet of a vintage style invite :
— Confetti.co.uk (@ConfettiWedding) May 16, 2016
I’ve created a new save the date balloon design following a similar standard design. It’s now available for re-wording.
save the date balloons to order
To order this balloons design for your wedding invites, visit the ordering page from the main menus.
As an alternative save the date balloon, our wedding designed balloons can be re-worded for save the date.
Save the date in January
January is a very popular month for save the date orders. The start of the year is a timeline for many people to start planning the year ahead. For brides and grooms to be this could be a busy planning month. Save the date balloon have been brought to attention – mainly through blogs such as buzz feed and yeahmag.