I’ve had so much fun with these save the dates the last few years. Customers love being able to say “Merry Christmas” and “save the date”. And the great thing about it too is that they can be used for any wedding coming up at any time of year. I also love that all of my designs include engagement photos. I’ve also tried to make these new options more versatile based on feedback last year. I got a lot of people asking for just a single-sided card or design to print on a magnet, totally love that idea, especially for the holidays. And I’m also offering some pressed foil options this year. Foil has been extremely popular with wedding paper this year, I’ve compared my prices and they can’t be beat. So if you want foil, I’ve got it, and it comes in several color options too.
Don’t love what you see but have your own ideas? Custom design is always an option. Share your ideas and I will create the perfect save the date or invitation suite for you!
Now is the perfect time to get your cards ordered, have them in hand before Thanksgiving and pass them out to family and friends when you see them during the holiday. Not quite ready to order yet? No worries, we will be taking orders any time before the new year!
Enjoy our 2016 designs, order now at www.jeneze.com click on Save the Dates in our gallery to see the options and pricing information.
I originally designed this pattern in gold but I really love the silver. Every part was arranged piece by piece to give it a unique and delicate look. Of course the color can be changed if you want something different or to match your photos.
I wanted to use some plaid but didn’t want it to be a bold red and black so I created this with a grey overlay and love the way it looks like it has texture to it like flannel. This one would be so adorable as a magnet.
I’ve been loving purple as a holiday color this year, it is paired perfectly with some natural greens, pretty watercolor stems make up the wreath. This one would also look very nice on a magnet. I have 4×6″ and 5×7″ options available.
A different option using the same wreath but with a navy blue, it gives the design a nice little pop and I love the cursive font.
Now we are getting into some pressed foil options. Pressed foil is different from just a foil print. If you want real foil pressed into the paper, not a foil ink, be sure to order your cards with us. This design has a splash of foil at the bottom, you can choose any color, choose what would work best with your photos. Not sure what would look right, we always provide proofs before printing so you can be sure that you like it before you order.
If pressed foil isn’t in the budget, any of our designs can be ordered as a classic print, keeping the colors the same.
This one has some red foil dots combined with a plaid on the back, I love the option of being able to use multiple photos.
This design is based on another similar design I have but I wanted to incorporated the pressed foil. Silver snowflakes around the edges give it the perfect winter and holiday look, the fonts give it a little extra whimsy and fun!
How about some southern charm with the watercolor option. The wreath on the front is pressed foil in silver. If your photos don’t have a winter or holiday look this design is the perfect option, the watercolor design in the background can be adjusted to any color desired.
We hope you like our new designs this year!
Contact us anytime with any of your wedding paper needs, www.jeneze.com.