Are you ready to create your save the dates? How much fun are you having scrolling through pages and pages of Pinterest boards looking for fun engagement photo ideas?! We want to get your juices going a bit more. Here are some fun ideas to get you thinking about that photo you’ll be using for your save the dates! Save the dates are the perfect time to introduce your guests to your wedding theme so go have some fun!
Your engagement photos should reflect your personalities so have fun with it!
Personalize your save the dates with photos that show off your interests. Love picnics? We do too. Why not grab some vintage props and create your own personal set for lovely engagement photos.
You’re both far more comfortable in the outdoors riding bikes, hiking, and just all around having fun in the sun. Hiking boots line your closet as opposed to heels and loafers. Why not go outdoors for fun and personal engagement photos that will show off your outdoorsy personalities!
Romance is in the air. If you can balance on a long skinny piece of wood (or metal) in the middle of a lake, you’ll probably nail that amazing middle-of-the-lake-holy-romance type of engagement photo for a save the date that screams lovey-dovey!
Doggie photo = #1 cutest save the date.
Quirky does it. Choosing a fun and out of the ordinary location for your engagement photos will definitely make for some unique save the dates!
Choosing a beautifully lit engagement photo with a lot of space on top that has a light background, makes it super easy to showcase your name & date.
Leave your guests ooo-ing & aw-ing with a dramatic engagement photo on your save the date!
Leaving the corners of the engagement photo with ample space of text, gives you plenty of flexibility to be creative with how you present your save the dates.
Don’t be afraid to play with all sorts of hues and tones for your save the dates.
Textures can be a lot of fun! Just be sure that the text you include on your save the dates is not made hard to read by the background. Use photoshop or other editing softwares to soften the texture in the areas that you’d like to place your text.
Black and white engagement photos don’t have to be uber serious… This photo is super fun and provides a bunch of space for text.
So. Much. Fun.
The un-focused detail in the background makes for a perfect canvas for your save the date!
For the math lovers.
Simply add color to your save the date by playing with giant confetti in your engagement photos!
If you’re having a beach-y themed wedding, why not start the tone off with some beach-y save the dates?!
Close ups are a great way to keep your save the dates simple and intimate.
Make use of fun props!