Post # 1
Ok i am getting married and i am needing to send save the dates. I have two months to save them and i am making them. How do u suggest i write up the save the dates on the back with the info for the wedding!
Post # 3
I dont think I understand the question…
Post # 4
i am having a red white and blue wedding and i am making the save the dates. So how do i word it. Sorry it was really late and i was sleepy. (example: wedding date is july 30th 2010 in houston, tx @ humble civic center, from 11am to 4pm.)
Post # 5
If your wedding is THIS july, it might be kinda late for save the dates. You may want to just focus on getting your invitations out a full 8 weeks prior.
If you really want to do Save-The-Date Cards then I suggest you order from vistaprint or 123paper and just pick something out to be mailed. You really need to get them out asap.
Post # 6
So it sounds like the wedding is pretty soon (this July!). I would probably just send out the actual invitations and skip the Save-The-Date Cards. Wedding invitations are often sent out 6-8 weeks prior to the wedding.
Also, you may want to update your wedding date next to your user name 🙂
Post # 7
I see that your wedding date is in January 2011. You should start working on the save the dates, but don’t stress at this point. Breathe. 🙂 I’d probably check out some websites you can buy save the dates from and their wording will give you some ideas. Or…
Check out The Knot.com’s article on this very thing!
Post # 8
When I made my save the dates I just put our first names, the date & “save the date”
Save the dates don’t need all the info the invites have. They’re purpose is to let people know of the date of the wedding so they can plan to “save the date”.
Link to my save the dates:
Post # 9
We ordered our postcard std from www.nextdayflyers.com. They had great service and a very nice finished product. And they were super CHEAP! We had an epic of us on one side that said “MzMarzipan & Fiance are getting married” on the back it said save the date July 24 2010, the city, the name of the venue and our wedding website. we kept it simple and saved all the details for the invite. Good luck!