Save the Date FAQ
Are you newly engaged and ready to share it with the world? Sending a save the date is a great way to announce the wedding to your family and friends so they can mark the date in their calendars. If you are not sure how to deliver the news and need some guidance, we are here to help answer your questions.See all wording categories
Save the Date FAQ
1. Who do we send our Save the Date too?
A save the date should be sent to everyone that is also going to be invited to the wedding.
2. What information should I provide on my Save the Date?
Include the basic information that will help your guests plan for your wedding day by having the name of the bride and groom, date of the event, as well as the city and state. Also include invitation to follow to assure your guests that more details will be coming soon. If you created a wedding website you may want to add that as well.
3. When should I send out my Save the Dates?
Save the dates should be sent out at least 6 months before the wedding. The sooner the better giving your guest as much notice as possible so that they can make room in their schedules. It’s especially helpful for out of town guests who would need to make travel arrangements.
4. Do my Save the Dates need to match my wedding stationary?
It’s up to you! They do not have to match your invitations. Your save the dates can be a fun way of spreading the word about your wedding as well as introducing your fiancé. Let your save the dates fit your taste and style and show off your personalities.
5. In what ways can I send out Save the Dates?
There are a variety of ways to send out your save the dates such as:
6. What are some creative ways to word my Save the dates?
• We’re getting hitched!
• Michael proposed and Kelsey said Yes!
• We’re tying the knot!
• Beautiful Bride
Food, tunes and
bad dance moves
You in or what
• A Great Girl, A Great Man
Save the Date, That’s the Plan!