are some of the first “sneak peaks” your wedding guests will receive prior to
the big day. Save-the-Dates are also important since they allow your guests to
plan far in advance to ensure they can attend the wedding. Typically,
Save-the-Dates are sent out at least 6 months prior to the big day but should
be sent out earlier for destination weddings.
Save-the-Date cards are a glimpse into the wedding and its theme, think about
sending them in a style that reflects what your wedding embodies — whether that
be classic and elegant, modern and sleek, or timeless and romantic.
don’t know where to start with your Save-the-Dates, check out these examples that
will start to get the ideas rolling:
gorgeous calligraphy script on your Save-the-Dates is a sure way to promote the
elegance of your wedding. Calligraphy is not only beautiful to look at but is
also a classic look that doesn’t go out of style. There are many calligraphy
card options available online or through a local stationary vendor!
Engagement Photos Save-the-Dates
media’s not the only place to use your engagement photos — incorporate them
into your Save-the-Dates! Using a photo of you and your groom will tie in a
personal aspect to the invitations and will give you an excuse to show off your
engagement photos once again.
are the perfect look for spring and summer weddings this year. Whether you
bring in bright pinks and oranges or cooler blues and greens, using a
watercolor theme to your Save-the-Dates will bring a soft splash of color that
isn’t too jarring.
accents are a big wedding trend when it comes to décor — if you are thinking
about tying in metals to your theme, think about utilizing that for the
Save-the-Dates. Bringing metallic accents, like gold or silver foil paper, to
your Save-the-Dates is a definite way to make a fun statement as opposed to
sticking to plain paper cards.
Simple & Minimal Save-the-Dates
never go wrong with clean lines and simple text! If you are not wanting a
flashy introduction to the wedding, opt for the minimal look for your
Save-the-Dates. Although the word “minimal” doesn’t sound very exciting, you can
still make a big impact with a simple and clean look.
epitomize weddings, so there’s nothing wrong with wanting to incorporate pretty
blooms into your Save-the-Dates. Floral décor and greenery is on the top of the
trend list for weddings this year, which means there are tons of Save-the-Date
cards and templates with that motif. If you’re looking for a romantic feel,
this is something to consider!
Savvi Tip: Don’t leave your guests
hanging by not providing the proper information and wording on your
Save-the-Dates invitations! This includes the couple of honor’s name, wedding
location and wedding date. You also might want to note that a formal invitation
is to follow.
What are your
favorite Save-the-Date ideas? Let us know in the comments section!