Post # 1
Hi Wedding Bees!
Okay I am having major issues finding a good sample for a bilingual save the date. I want English and Spanish, btw.
What do you guys think? Should I put both of the languages on the front face of the card and make it really simple? Or should I print double-sided?
Also, anyone have any links to any samples? I’ve been looking but can’t find. I just need some ideas 🙂
Post # 3
Ours are in two languages, but they were printed separately. Total, they came to $35 for 125 (100 English, 25 Spanish). The Spanish ones look like this:
And the English ones (which I’ve run out of, sadly), look like this:
Post # 7
My cousin’s save the date was a picture of the two of them, holding picture frames. His frame had all the information in french, and hers had the information in English. Simple and makes for a cute keepsake!
Post # 7
ArtDecoDC : Any chance you have the template for your English save the dates? I love that and would love to use something similar. I know it’s a long shot but I hope you may have something!
Post # 8
Ours were also bilingual, and double sided.
I did the fancy side in English, as most of the French are somewhat bilingual. The French side is black n white.
For the translations I used Google translator, and had my fiance polish it.
We are doing the same for invites, rsvps, and our website.
Post # 9
<div>I just tired to follow the link I used for the image and got an error message.</div>
<div>That said, we did the photo-shopping ourselves and if you’d like I can send you both the .jpg and .tif files of our finished version and you could just edit us out and put yourself in. Pretty sure that’s what I did, to be honest. </div>
Post # 10
That would be great; I can PM you my email address!!!!!
Post # 11
I just got a save the date that had 4 languages on it! English, Spanish, German, and Catalan. They basically just kept the text short and repeated it 4 times. I actually thought it was really cool and it got me so excited to go to a multicultural event!