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After coordinating with various family members and friends, you and your future spouse have finally nailed down a date for your wedding. When you send out "Save the Date" cards, it's customary to have a picture of the two of you. You can make your card unique by posing a shot that has special meaning for the two of you. No matter what colors you choose, from black and gold to a pearl white save the date card, here are some considerations for creating a unique picture to place on it.
Unless you've moved a long way from where your relationship began, it's usually a simple matter to take a drive out to this spot and shoot some pictures. It doesn't matter if it's a fancy restaurant or a dingy dive, if it's special to the two of you then it's a great place for pictures.
If either of you is a college graduate, why not include your school colors or mascot in the photo? Honor your alma mater in your save the date photo by standing on the school's front steps or in front of an iconic statue. Some school's will even let future married couple's stand on the court or field during a break in a game to announce their coming wedding, which can make for a great photo opportunity.
Have you decided where the honeymoon is going to be? In your save the date photo, why not hold up a map of your exotic (or local) destination? You can be a bit secretive with only a few hints such as holding up a foreign country's flag and captioning the photo with a slyly asked, "Guess where we're going afterward?"
Your dark metallic or pearl white save the date cards can be more personal when you take the time to consider a unique pose for you and your spouse-to-be. Save a card for yourself to place in a memory book where you can revisit the photo anytime you want. While ordering your cards, don't forget some seating labels and thank you notes.