Professionally Designed Wedding Save-the-Dates

Wedding Save-the-DatesWedding season is right around the corner. According to The Knot, the Internet’s most-trafficked one-stop wedding planning solution, the most popular months for weddings are June, August, September, and October. Your big day will be here before you know it. And if you want your family and friends in attendance, it’s important to give them plenty of notice, especially if they live out of town. For these reasons, etiquette dictates that Wedding Save-the-Dates be sent out roughly six months prior to the ceremony.

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Professionally Designed Wedding Save-the-Dates

Planning every minute detail of your big day can certainly elevate your stress levels. Let Time Printers take some of the burden off of you. Our experienced sales team can help you design beautiful Save-the-Dates to help you announce your pending nuptials.

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Time Printers also offer invitation design and printing, and other event materials.

What is the Proper Etiquette for Wedding Save-the-Dates?

Do I have to send save-the-dates?

Do you have to? Of course not. Should you? Probably. Save-the-dates help give your guests advanced notice so they can make travel plans, book hotel rooms, request off from work, and do everything else they need to do to ensure they can make it to your wedding.

Save-the-dates are particularly important for destination weddings, which require more in-depth travel planning.

What information do I include on my save-the-dates?

The specific content for save-the-dates varies from wedding to wedding, but there are a few constants you should include: who, where (city and venue), when (date and time). The what and why are implied. You should also include the handy dandy line “formal invitation to follow.”

If you have a wedding website, be sure to include that url as well.

When do I send save-the-dates?

As we have already mentioned, etiquette dictates that you send save-the-dates six months before your big day. However, destination weddings require a little more notice: eight months.

Should we add “and guest” or “plus one” to the save-the-dates?

It is important to be clear about who is and is not invited to your wedding. The last thing you need is for someone to assume their new boyfriend or girlfriend is invited and start planning accordingly.

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