Weddings are way cooler now than they used to be. I’m sure that most of you would agree; with couples using cool things like wedding apps, Pinterest, or Instagram hashtags to help plan or document their wedding day, getting married in the 21st century is a whole ‘nother ballpark from weddings 10 or just 5 years ago. But here’s something that not only proves that weddings these days are super duper cool, but that couples are getting creative, appreciating awesome design, and incorporating their personal story to their big day. Folks, I bring you… THE CUSTOM WEDDING INFOGRAPHIC!
Ummm, adorable right? I stumbled across this amazing infographic of this couple’s journey to getting engaged on Pinterest, and was instantly obsessed. It’s kind of like Introducing.Us, but all in one image. So naturally, I proceeded to try and root out every single way a couple has used an infographic for their wedding on a personal Pinterest binge. While I couldn’t find anything as similar (or as nicely designed) as Chase and Bethany’s pretty infographic, I did find other ways couples assembled key data about their wedding into fun images. For example, this couple assembled data about their guests into a cool infographic that was at every place setting.
After a quick search, I found that there are a invitations and stationery couple shops on Etsy that’ll create a custom infographic about your wedding that you can display on the big day. What do you think? I find it a kind of neat and unique way to entertain (and totally stun) your guests.
And after even MORE research, I found that it’s actually starting to become more popular as wedding invitations. While there’s not as much customization here, you can input key facts about your relationship and include a “Save the Date” for guests. It’s a great solution for couples who are super design-y, but still want to have some sort of cool data visualization about their love story.
So what do you think? I’m personally a fan, but of course to get something as gorgeous as Chase or Bethany’s infographic, you’ll probably need to have an eye for design, or at least have a friend who does! Would you try and create something like this for yourself, or just go for a simpler option, like an slightly customizable invite?
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