Save the Date Stamps

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Custom Save the Date Silhouette Wedding Rubber Stamp by RedCloudBoutique, $28

I might be what one would consider a stamp fanatic. If I could go around stamping random things in our apartment I probably would. But when it comes to weddings, I’m borderline obsessed with the hundreds of ways you can use them in the days leading up to and on your big day (and even after!). From wedding favors and escort cards to return address stamps and thank you cards, stamps are an affordable and easy way to include vital (or not so vital) info to guests and your wedding decor.

Another great use for a wedding stamp is for Save-the-Dates. Printing can be costly, and a save-the-date stamp allows you to imprint your date/info on various surfaces (such as library cards, muslin bags, vintage postcards, notepads, etc.) for a more creative option that a regular ol’ sheet of paper.

Below (and above) are a few recent favorites from my Etsy travels. If you do end up using a Save the Date stamp, send me an e-mail with the results! I’d love to see how they turn out.

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Custom Save the Date Rubber Stamp with Classic Calligraphy by amberhousley, $75

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Save the Date Stamp by Studio255, $40

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Custom Save the Date Wedding Rubber Stamp Square Style No. 25W by HelloWorldStamps, $24.95+

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DIY Kit – Customized Rustic Deer Antler Save the Date Wedding Rubber Stamp with 100 Cards & Envelopes by RedCloudBoutique, $110

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SAVE THE DATE modern design by lovetocreatestamps, $39.95

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