Save The Date Sample Wording

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4 X 6A “Save The Date” card is not necessary, but has grown in popularity in recent years. This notification card allows your guests to make travel arrangements, plan for time off work, schedule sitters if you are not allowing children at your wedding reception and share in the excitement of your upcoming wedding.

Who to notify. Because you are asking recipients to save the date, only send these notices to people who have made the cut for the final guest list.

When to send. Generally, save the date cards are sent out six months in advance. If you are planning a wedding that requires travel for many of your guests, you may want to send these out nine months before the big day.

Format to send. Save the dates can be sent as postcards, folded cards or magnets. You may choose to include pictures from your engagement session. Some couples choose a formal feel or match it to the look of their wedding invitations and stationery. Others choose to express their personality with a card that is less formal.

What to say. At a minimum, your save the dates should include the bride and groom’s names, date of the wedding and city and state of the ceremony. We’ve included some popular wording samples to get your started:

To Have and to Hold

From This Day Forward

(Date)

(Bride and Groom)

(City, State)

SAVE THE DATE

invitation to follow

Love is in the air!

Save our Date!

(Date)

(Bride and Groom)

SAVE THE DATE

invitation to follow

Save the date!

(Bride’s name)

and

(Groom’s name)

are getting married on

Wedding Date

Wedding Location

Formal Invitation to Follow

(Bride’s name) and (Groom’s name)

are tying the knot!

Wedding Date

Wedding Location

Formal Invitation to Follow

We are delighted to announce

on (Date of the Wedding)

in (Location of the Wedding)

(Bride’s name) and (Groom’s Name)

are getting married!

Please make sure to save this date

We hope that you will be able to share in

our special day of joy and celebration

Formal invitation to follow

He asked … she said Yes!

(Bride’s name) and (Groom’s Name)

will tie the knot!

(Date)

(City, State)

Invitation to follow

Times are busy

and calendars are full

(Bride’s name) and (Groom’s Name)

want you to know

they are planning

their wedding for

(Date)

(City, State)

Invitation to follow

Save the Date

to take part in

the celebration of love

as we,

(Bride’s name) and (Groom’s Name),

exchange wedding vows

(Date)

(City, State)

Invitation will follow

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