All of our stationery suites are fully customizable, including the design and the items per suite.
Our save the dates are printed on a heavy 110lb cover stock in your choice of a matte or shimmer finish.
The Save the Date suite shown here starts at $2.40 each and includes:
• Folded save the date card
• Matte envelope
Shimmer cardstock and envelopes are also available for an additional charge.
Minimum order of 40 save the dates.
• Save the Date size: 4.5 x 6.25″
• Mailing envelope size: A6 (4.75 x 6.5″)
The Polaroid save the date is a unique take on a vintage polariod picture, featuring on of you engagement photo! This vintage save the date is perfect for a rustic wedding.
Your save the date card is printed on a speckletone paper for contrast and texture. Featured on the top is one of your engagement photos and across the bottom is a fun statement, “He asked, ‘Wil You? She said, ‘Yes!” When your guests fold down the flap they’ll be greeted with all your wedding details. Your names are printed in tiffany blue in a fun script font while your wedding location is printed below. Below the fold is your wedding website. Your save the date mails in a kraft brown envelope — just enough to make it standout in the mail. This save the date will be absolutely perfect on all your guests’ refrigerators — reminding them of your upcoming wedding and making them smile at the same time.
Looking for a Save the Date that will set the theme of your wedding day and begin to build the anticipation of the blessed event? Save the Date announcements are a great way to inform your guests of your upcoming commitment and have them reserve your special day before the formal invitations are sent. For guests traveling from out of town, this provides them with enough advance notice to start making travel arrangements. And, for those guests with especially busy lives, a save the date is the perfect way to have them reserve the day for your wedding. Sending your Save the Date is up to you.
If you’re planning a destination wedding, then we suggest sending the Save the Date one year in advance or as soon as possible. For local weddings, six months in advance of the big day should provide enough notice.