For a holiday themed save the date, consider including wording that plays off of a fun Christmas song. For example, this Christmas Wish – Holiday Card Save the Date reads “All we want for Christmas is you to come to our wedding,” emulating the Mariah Carey classic, “All I Want for Christmas Is You.”
If the two of you met virtually, give your loved ones a save the date that shares this information with your future guests. This Online Romance – Save the Date Card puts a fun spin on the internet dating world saying, “Phillip saw Lauren’s profile. It was love at first type.”
Many couples refer to their other half as their partner in crime. Tell your guests to save the date with an interesting twist on the traditional wording. This Partners in Crime – Save the Date features a bride and groom who appear to be in some sort of mischief hiding behind a tree. The card reads, “If loving you is a crime, then I should probably hide from the cops.” This is an out-of-the-box way to show your guests how much you care for your future spouse.
Focus on the feeling of love and romance between you and your spouse-to-be by sharing the big news in a traditional way. For example, this Making Camp – Save the Date Card reads “A beautiful celebration of love will occur on … .” It’s accompanied by camping essentials like a flashlight and a tent.
Who doesn’t love a good play on words? Puzzles, for instance, can be used to demonstrate how perfect the two of you “fit” together. The Perfect Fit – Save the Date Card features two puzzle pieces at the top nuzzled next to each other with the wording “We’ve found the perfect fit.” Aww.
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