Make your guests save the HECK out of your date with these Minted save the date designs (+ enter to win a $250 giveaway!)

September 23 2013 | arielmstallings

Minted Sept 2013 Giveaway (2)

As we head into the planning season for 2014's winter and spring weddings, let's take a peek at a few of the new Save The Date designs from Minted.com that are totally catching my eye… because, um hello, disco balls? Thigh-high striped socks? Old typewriters? Scrabble tiles!? These are designs that are practically ripped straight from the minds of Offbeat Brides.

PLUS, as an added bonus, I've got info from Minted about how you can enter to win $250 worth of FREE save the dates or invitations.

As always, clicky the pictures to see more about the design!

Antiquely Save the Date Cards

Handwritten Florals Save the Date Cards

New Year Sparkle Save the Date Cards

Vintage Typography Poster Save the Date Cards

PDA Save the Date Cards

Tiptoe Kiss Save the Date Cards

Big Top Save the Date Cards

Word Play Save the Date Cards

Vintage Tropical Save the Date Cards

Under a Canopy of Falling Leaves Save the Date Cards

Afterparty Save the Date Cards

Come Fly with Us Save the Date Cards

Ice Cream Parlour Pastels Save the Date Cards

Typewriter (The Next Chapter) Save the Date Cards

Now, what was that about a giveaway?

Minted Sept 2013 Giveaway (1)

We've teamed up with Minted to offer y'all $250 toward save the date cards or wedding invitations! It's only open to our US-based readers (sorry, Internationals!) and it closes on October 6th, 2013 at midnight PST.

 Enter now!

  1. I used Minted for our Save the Dates and programs! Loved them. Awesome shipping. The programs were a last minute addition and I was worried about having them arrive, on time and with no issues 2 days before our wedding. They arrived without any issues. Love Minted designs!

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