Industrial minimalist wedding inspiration I like the different fonts - generally more block print and minimal calligraphy. Given we are going for a clean minimalist look. The font for the names makes it a bit interesting too
The difference between a basic save-the-date and one that stands out as unique and well thought out can sometimes boil down to font choices and minimalistic design. Visually, some things are best simplified. Artifact Uprising gets that mindset and offers
Paris Pro Regular White by Moshik Nadav Typography. Beautiful, suggestive, disappearing hairline stokes of the 'S' makes the connecting swash to the 't' seem a little weighty as well as the slightly squared terminal verses the razor sharp crossbar.