Hey y’all! Check out how I DIY’d my Save the Dates for the wedding! I have a lot of things coming your way in regard to the wedding planning as we are nearly SEVEN months out. So here we go - read or watch the steps for how I achieved our final Save-The-Dates below. And if you're a wedding guest reading my blog, act surprised when you receive it in the mail! Ha!
Watch and follow along here, or keep reading below:
The picture was taken by my super talented future husband, Samson, whom I've been trying to get on YouTube to meet you guys...But he says his superpower is behind the camera haha Can't argue with that, but I'll wear him down eventually. Also to check out more of his work visit https://www.royallinephotography.com .
Here’s how I did it:
1. Take & Edit your preferred photo to display your ‘weD-Day’
2. Upload photo to Evermine or your selected save-the-date vendor, and order. (A little extra for safe measure) Total = approx. $143
3. Then select your custom design of wax stamp from AMZ Deco and order. (Also grab the wax here, best deal, trust me I checked. However, I did underestimate how much I would need the wax warmer and ladle. I suggest you get that too.) - Total = approx. $40
4. Amazon your preferred envelopes. (Link below)
5. Package, Stamp and Seal :)
**NOTE** That I'm unaware of which vendors use manufacturers in China. Therefore, personally, I just paid attention to the sender's address on each package. If it looked like it had the send and customs labels that identify China as the place of shipment, I did my own cleansing routine due to the virus currently spreading. This is just my own precaution, visit the CDC website for information to form your own opinion. I do know that bridesmaids dresses have already been found to be delayed due to safety concerns, so I'll share tips on how I'll find a way to get those done with this going on.**
Photoshop - Adobe purchase required
PicMonkey - www.picmonkey.com
Stamp & Wax Vendor: