When we were putting together Christmas gifts to send up north, we decided it might be time to send out our Save the Dates. Plus, my DF parents had been hinting that they wanted more details to get their plans in line. Our Wedding theme is a vintage WDW/UP theme. I had no idea what I wanted to do for Save the Dates. So, I started to surf the web to get ideas. That's when I came accross this: These are pictures of a vintage WDW Magic Kingdom Club application. The club allowed members to get discounts on tickets and other things while visiting WDW. I thought It would be a unique way to create a Save the Date. So, I made my own and created: "Walt Disney's Fairytale Wedding Club" I made one for each guest of the ceremony (4) and two four ourselves too!: The cards follow the basic form of the the orginial but have our Wedding info and contact info on them. I made them with clear printable stickers and white cardstock which gave the cards a plastic/laminated feeling. I'm really proud how they turned out! To follow this theme, I thought I would make a newsletter detailing the events and more about the Wedding. Since we can only have four guests, my DF siblings will not be able to bring guests to the ceremony. However, we are inviting their guests (if they choose to bring one) to any other events that weekend (i.e. the welcome lunch, Wedding luncheon and possibly a Wishes Dessert Party - not a reception just the normal event). So, I used this newsletter from the 1970's for my inspiration: And this is my version: On the newsletter are recreations of Vintage WDW postcards I made with photopaper and cardstock. I enclosed self addressed envelopes with postage for so they would not get ruined in the mail (envelopes not pictured): I needed something to put all this in. Thus, I decided to make folders with little notes to each person for our save the dates. Along with the folders, I also created envelopes for each. These were stuck into box gifts we had sent back up north to Michigan. To add a little UP to the Save the Dates. I also made "Ellie" Badges for each person and Joel's wife (my DF sister-in-law whom We've never met). This is how they turned out: This is the folder and envelope with a vintage picture that I added a note to look inside for a special invitation from Liz and Lorne. The folder open. The envelopes The folders Each Folder's contents The "Ellie" Badges I made on the front. The "Ellie" Badges Card back. I'm so proud how they turned out! I've been wearing my "Ellie" Badge everyday since I made it! I hope my future in-laws enjoy them too!