Creative and interactive save-the-dates that your guests won't soon forget

"Pencil Us In" save-the-dates by SecretCreation

I don't know who actually uses real life pen-to-paper calendars anymore, but I know that even I received this "Pencil Us In" save-the-dates, I would go out and BUY a real calendar just to be able to save that date with that adorable-ass pencil.

Here are a few other creative save-the-dates that will help permanently etch your wedding day into your guests minds…

These Motorcycle Wood Save-The-Date Magnets from Etsy seller RusticLoveandWood will ride off with your heart!

Give your guests a ticket to The Big Show with these save-the-dates tickets from InvitingLeeLee that are also magnets.

Use these "Mint to be" labels on your favorite flavor of TicTacs to help your guests save the date and their breath.

Scratch-off save-the-dates from EmpireInvites will bring the drama of gambling without all the sadness of losing. No matter what, your guests win an invite to your awesome shindig!

You can pop the "will you come to my wedding?" question with these save-the-date balloons from ThePartyPosse. "Pop the balloon and out comes your custom message along with a fun spray of confetti!"

The Twist Card save-the-dates from BrownFoxCreative gives you two photo (or calendar) options AND doubles as a cool frame.

Clever Spin the Bottle save-the-dates from UnbridaledLove, I see what you did there!

After seeing a save-the-date magnet that I mistook for a coaster, I had a thought… I don't have a magnetic fridge, but I would use the hell out of a cool coaster. So I looked up "save-the-date coasters" and guess what… they're a thing! And they're funny. I like these "Free Drinks" save-the-date coasters.

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  1. While I agree that the pencils are cute as hell, a word of caution. I had a friend who did her save the dates like that and there were two unforeseen consequences. A. The postage to mail them was double what she had anticipated because of the extra weight of the pencil. B. It's no secret that USPS doesn't always handle mail with the utmost care so about a quarter of her guests ended up with broken pencils upon delivery. ­čÖü

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