Paper Culture has some brand new Save the Date designs that I wanted to share for your wedding stationary consideration. When they first started they had a pretty limited selection but they have been adding cards and now they have 43 total Save the Date card designs. Compare this with Wedding Paper Divas that has a huge selection of almost 1,000 Save the Date cards. I still wish Paper Culture would offer Save the Date postcards. Two of my picks from their newly added set of designs are shown below.
There’s a certain romance about carving your names into a piece of wood – that’s the inspiration for these fun, save the date cards. The set of fonts create a modern, yet distinctly fun feel for the save the dates. And since we are a paper company, we know the importance of trees. That’s why no new trees will be cut down to make these cards since they are printed on luxe, 100% post consumer recycled paper and we’ll even plant a tree in your honor with every order.
The card on the left is a tree carving Save the Date by the designer Sara Kim. While these are not actual “wood” cards they are on paper from trees. I’ve always liked the idea of carving names into a piece of wood. It makes me think of those years ago when I was a teenager. You can even choose from two types of wood grain. I especially “heart” the heart and arrow carving. Perfect for your wedding Save the Date card.
The card on the left is called Saying I Do by Paper Culture. You did say “I do” when he asked right? This card captures the bliss of that moment with a simple and chic happy face with hearts for the eyes. Two hearts have come together and it creates such happiness. The example above is shown in a beautiful shade of purple but if you prefer another color you can choose from strawberry, apricot, blue, and ivy colors. If these don’t suit your fancy you can also see Paper Culture’s complete collection of Save The Date Cards.
Also, remember that with Paper Culture they do not cut down any new trees for your cards since they are printed on 100% recycled paper. If that is not enough they also will plant a tree in your honor with each and every Save the Date card order. You can learn more about Paper Culture and how it compares to Wedding Paper Divas and Shutterfly on their Save the Date card comparison page.