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Get the word out early with these fun Save The Date cards and mint tins! Let all your guests know that you are engaged and that you are planning your wedding for whatever the date. We've seen it happen hundreds of times... a bride's best friend can't make it to the wedding because her sister is getting married on the exact same day or the groom's Godmother didn't get word about the wedding date and planned a trip to Europe. Don't be a casualty of scheduling conflicts and send out Save The Dates to your important friends and family!

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Love Bird Save the Date Cards (Set of 8 - 4 Colors)
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We interviewed our Save The Date expert, Angelina Long of ROCKNEVENTS to answer a few of the most common questions she gets:

What are save the dates?

Save the dates are a newlywed-to-be's way of announcing there is going to be a wedding and to lock down their favorite VIP's! The purpose of sending invited guests a save the date is to kindly ask them to reserve the date in their calendar. A save the date can come in any form you choose; however, the most common form is a physical card.

What is the difference between a wedding invitation and a save the date?

Save the dates are ultimately the pre-wedding invitation. A save the date can include as little or as much information as couples like; however, the bare minimum is of course context of the couple whether that be a picture and/or their names as well as a date. If a date has not been set yet, a rough estimation of the month and year is always a great idea.

Wedding invitations on the other hand, will include a lot more information. Wedding invitations are sent closer to the wedding date, and this will be the time where couples and their planners are tracking RSVPs. Wedding invitations may include the primary wedding invitation card, meal options, an RSVP card with envelope, an additional card with further information and directions, and more.

Are save the dates necessary?

Save the dates are not necessary; however, they are encouraged! Sending guests a save the date is a way of being courteous, but also to inform them of the special news and to share the excitement!

Who should get a save the date?

Guests who will be invited to the wedding ceremony and reception should receive a save the date.

How do you address a save the date?

Save the date styles and designs are primarily up to the couple! Some ways to address save the dates are in the following forms:

John Doe & Laura Johnson
Are getting married in San Francisco!
September 15th, 2019
Formal invitation to follow

Save The Date!
John & Laura
San Francisco
September 15th, 2019

Two Fewer Fish In The Sea!
John & Laura
San Francisco
September 15, 2019

When should wedding save the dates be mailed out?

Save the dates should be mailed out about 6 to 7 months prior to the wedding date.

How much should you spend on save the dates?

Every couple is willing to spend their wedding investments in a different way. With so many designs available, couples may choose to invest less by selecting simpler, yet still aesthetic designs, or go full out because this is a once-in-a-lifetime experience!

In general, cost will be entirely dependent on the design and guest count. For a party of 100 people, designs that do not include extra accessories and resources such as foiling, silhouette shapes, envelope liners and so on, would range between $200 - $240. For a design that does include extra accent features, the cost may start from $270 and go beyond.


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