save the date wedding template

Save the Date Wedding

How should a save-the-date invitation for Wedding be phrased? This Save the date can be downloaded directly and used for several occasions.

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Overview

With Save the Date, you're instructing your guests exactly what to do - mark their calendars for the date. Your wedding invitation card provides some information about when and where your wedding will take place, but its purpose is to inform guests that a formal invitation will be sent later.

How should a save-the-date invitation be phrased?

Below you'll find a general timeline for sending save the dates:
  • Set a date and a location for your wedding or event.
  • Don't forget to take engagement photos.
  • Your save-the-date cards should be designed.
  • Send out your save the dates by mail.
  • You should send your formal invitations about 8 weeks before the wedding after you save the dates.

Saving-the-date etiquette: what should you do?

Sending save the dates at least six months before the wedding is a good rule of thumb. Traditionally, save the dates are mailed eight to twelve months before the wedding for destination weddings. Four months in advance is a good time to send save the dates for a local event.

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