I just got married this past Friday at Stage 6 at Steiner Studios. I have been following your blog for months now as we were getting married at the same venue. I loved your wedding photos, it looked beautiful! Our wedding was a fall themed wedding and the weather cooperated with us quite well. I wanted to share with you my save the date. I wanted to do something fun that played off the movie studio setting and then have our invitations and wedding decor follow a separate theme more personal to us (Joy of ohjoystudio did some wonderful work for us there – she’s a good friend of mine).
Here is our movie studio themed save the date attached. Let me know if you are interested in our photos of the wedding and invitations, I hope to have those soon from Karen Wise, our wedding photographer!
[image from Jane]
This weekend I finished designing the save the dates for my June wedding. I wanted to share them with you, since I have you to thank in part for the inspiration. Your fantastic tutorial on digital silhouettes provided me with just what I needed to realize my vision. My fiancé and I share a passion for genealogy. So in addition to featuring our family trees as our reception theme, we’re sprinkling in a little old-fashioned charm with the silhouettes, crocheted doilies and vintage millinery flowers. I hope that our save the dates really set the tone for our special day.
[images from Marissa]
Our Save-the-Dates were my first real project using the Gocco–and what a way to start. We printed about 200 so we could have extras just in case we had any mess-ups…however we were married over a month ago and still have a huge stack!!
I blogged about them…what seems like eons ago…here.
[images from Whitney]
I have been a faithful reader of your blog for quite some time – all you have to do is google brooklyn AND weddings and it comes up =)I just started my own wedding blog last week (www.idonyc.blogspot.com) and over the weekend I ran a posting about my Save The Dates. I am not sure they are really groundbreaking but what I love about them is 1) they were SO affordable and easy to order – all online at www.weddingpaperdivas.com 2) they are a gorgeous shade of green 3) our black and white photo really pops against the color 4) the quality was really awesome and we couldn’t be happier with the turn out.
I am born & raised in brooklyn and also a stage 6 bride-to-be so naturally our photo fits our brooklyn theme.
[image from Marie]
I designed this in Photoshop. I mailed them in small, bold red reply-card envelopes. Thanks for looking!! I love your blog.
[image from Bryanna]