save the date invitation template

Save The Date Invitation

On the save-the-date invitation, what should I write? This sample poster template is ready-to-use in Google Docs, MS Word, or Apple Pages format.

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Save the Dates encourage guests to reserve your wedding date in their calendars. Your wedding invitation card does inform guests when and where the wedding will be held, but it is more designed to let them know they will receive a formal invitation in the near future.

How to create a Save-the-date invitation?

Don't forget the following when you are making your 'Your save-the-date' cards should contain the necessary details, such as:
  • The couple's names.
  • When is the wedding taking place?
  • Where the wedding will be held, whether in a city, province, or country.
  • Your invitations will follow, so let people know.

Save-the-dates or invitations: which comes first?

Invitations are sent out six to eight weeks before the wedding, so save-the-dates should be sent at least six months before the wedding. Therefore, save-the-dates need to be sent at least eight months before your wedding.

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Vinnie Underwood(12/6/2022) - GBR

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Tobie Burch(12/6/2022) - DEU

Thank you!!

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