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If your wedding is quickly approaching and you want all of your closest family and friends to be there for the big day, it is important to send out a save the date card. It should include all the information necessary for your guests plan their travel. Don’t forget any of the following when sending your cards.
Because a save the date card doesn’t need to be formal, include the names most people know you and your partner by. This is especially important if you are sending invitations to people who don’t know both partners. If they don’t know your spouse-to-be and don’t recognize your formal name, they may accidentally toss the card.
List the exact date and time of your ceremony and reception on the save the date card. This allows your guests to determine whether they must take time away from work and put in for time off or vacation days if necessary. Never put an earlier time than when your ceremony actually starts. Most people arrive early anyway, so using a false start time will likely have people waiting much longer than they need to.
Include the exactly location of your wedding. This allows your guests to begin making travel arrangements. They can determine whether it’s drivable or whether they should book plane tickets and hotel rooms.
Today, it is common practice to include a link to a wedding website. Use this link to include information about hotels and directions to the wedding venue. You can provide more information as the day gets closer and you have more to share.
Send your foil save the date cards six to eight months before the big day, depending on whether you have a destination wedding. Wedding Paper Divas has a wide variety of save the date cards available, including the simple but beautiful Subtle Shine style. For extra oomph, order custom envelopes.