If your wedding date is 6 – 9 months out, your Save the Dates should be in your guests’ hands. Are you having a destination wedding or getting married over a holiday weekend? Sending your Save the Date 12 months ahead of time is a courtesy you’ll want to give your guests so they have enough time to clear their schedules and book travel. Do the math, and this means you’re likely choosing your Save the Date card a year before your wedding day. A year! Exciting, but potentially problematic if you haven’t nailed down your wedding theme or style.
Remember, your Save the Date is your guests’ first impression of your wedding. Sending a rustic-themed design, then unexpectedly falling in love with modern geometric style is a recipe for wedding disaster. Okay, okay, perhaps not a disaster, but why take the risk?
Meet the Perfect Save the Date
We absolutely adore this simple Save the Date design. The beauty is in the classic design, thick paper stock and dazzling foil-stamping, but what we love most is that it literally goes with any theme. No need to stress about making style choices 12 months out from your wedding date! Whether you’re considering elegant, rustic, garden or even destination, this Save the Date is a fantastic pick. Just settle on one little detail – your metallic foil color. Our advice is to match it to your ring color. Gold, silver or rose gold, the choice is yours!
Featured Save the Date: Shining Foil Save the Date Card