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For the couple who loves to travel what could be more perfect than a travel themed wedding?

Guests could receive a vintage postcard save the date followed by invitations created to look like passports. Vintage postcards could also be signed and bound to create a guest book. Maps could be repurposed throughout the event including being made into garland,  cufflinks, flowers for bouquets, fun pinwheels for centerpieces, cupcake toppers and to wrap frames that could hold table numbers. A vintage suitcase would be the perfect way to present the seating chart.

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The first impression of a wedding comes in the mail. Save the date’s and invitations are the perfect platform set the stage and mood of a wedding. Here are a few of our favorites that are printed in the Southern states.

We are loving these letterpress invitations with the oak tree motif. These can be purchased from theinklab and are made in Savannah, GA.

Why we do declare that these are some of the most precious Save The Date’s we’ve ever seen.  You can order these beauties from Lucky-Luxe and they will be coming from Laurel, MS.

Perfect for a wedding by the shore, these letterpress invites with matching printed suite are modern and chic and made by Alee and Press in Atlanta, GA.

These Save The Date vintage look shipping tags are actually magnets. They can be found in a  fun little shop called SunshineandRavioli and are made in San Antonio, TX.

This letterpress and paper are so beautiful it makes us flush. This lovely work is crafted  by SmallPrinter in Florida.

And last, but not least -‘Cocktails, dinner & dancing’ – count us in! With the official Southern flower ‘the magnolia’ as a motif, this paper set includes invites, reply cards and reception cards. Made in Cary, NC these are available from the talented folks at The Green Kangaroo.

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