Jan
30

12 Save the Date Wedding Ideas

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Today we are happy to share a little guest blog post from our friends over at Aerialist Press:

Happy engagement season! Alexandra from Aerialist Press and Foiled Invitations here. Big thank you to Kate Whelan Events for having us guest post with them today!

Now that you have that sparkler on your finger and are starting the planning process, one of the questions that will pop up early on is save the dates and how to word them. Etiquette decisions will never be as glamorous as picking out your dress or tasting some seriously yummy cake and while your heart might not give a happy flutter thinking about the best wording for those lovely letterpress save the dates you’re head over heels for, ours does (we love all things etiquette, paper and design around here)!

With this in mind, we created an easy guide and infographic to help couples decide what to include, what not to include and what save the date wording best suits their wedding style. We also added in a few of our favorite tips and tricks about when to send, how to handle announcements for destination weddings and where to include a wedding website (never ever on the invitation!).

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For some extra examples of great save the date wording, you can visit the full post of our guide for save the date wording on our blog. We also have a timeline download available if you aren’t quite sure when to mail each part of your stationery suite.

Not seeing what you’re looking for in our guide? We are happy to answer specific etiquette questions in the comments if you have any! Happy planning!
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