Hugo & Janine Save the Date Victorian-Style
With their mutual love for historical monuments and museums, newly engaged couple Hugo and Janine have always joked that they were born in the wrong era!
As a result, their love for days gone by inspired their choice of a Vintage and Victorian Save the Date Newspaper, which they sent to their loved ones.
Usually sent as far in advance as possible and as a prelude to your wedding invitation, the Save the Date Newspaper allows your invited wedding guests sufficient time to make sure that they are able to attend your big day.
Written in both English and Afrikaans the A4 in size, back-to-back Save the Date Newspaper was the ideal way to share the couples love story on the front page and the tale of Hugo’s proposal to Janine on the reverse. Photographs of the couple taken during a Victorian-inspired photo-shoot for their engagement were a perfect addition to the style of the Save-the-Date newspaper. And as the lovely couple plan to have a destination wedding, they provided guests with a list of accommodation options on the back page.
On the front page, the tale of how they met and fell in love is consistent with that of a modern day love story! Having met through Facebook, the world’s largest online social networking site, what began with a mere ‘poke’ evolved into a date and eventually the couple grew to become best friends and soul mates. Singing each other’s praises, it is clear that Hugo and Janine are deeply in love! The tale of their proposal was equally special. After thinking of ways to propose without raising Janine’s suspicions, one evening while the couple sat chatting and drinking wine outside under a starry sky, Hugo bent down on one knee and proposed! Grand gestures aside, it was one of the happiest moments of both of their lives.
Cherishing a romance from yesteryear, we wish Hugo and Janine love that will last a lifetime! Ensure that your wedding guests can share in your special day by sending them a unique Save the Date Newspaper Favor, inspired by the charm of the olden days. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to create your own keepsake today.