10 + Save the Date Cards to Announce Your Big Wedding Day
“Will you marry me?” and “Yes!”…it’s really a big moment and will be filled with endless excitement and happiness for all brides and it’s a moment you’ll remember forever. Once you’ve finalized your date and venue，you feel that rush of excitement and can’t help to spread this wonderful news and announce to all your friends and family that your big day is coming. One of the first impressions with any wedding is your Save the Date card. This pre-invitation officially announces your wedding date and lets guests know they will be invited to the celebration. If you are searching the Save the Date cards to matching your tone, then you may get some ideas and inspirations from Elegant Wedding Invites from the 10 + Save the Date cards we’ve featured here.
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1. Laser cut save the date cards
Laser cut design is a hot trend in wedding stationery. Whether simple or intricate, laser cutting is sure to wow any guest with the shapes and details you can only achieve with this method. The picture below shows you the save the date cards with the cut-out of tree, flowers, and leaves.
2. Glitter save the date cards
Glitter Paper is the perfect choice for the bride looking for the cards in a bit of pizzazz. The wording “Save the Date” is cut-out so the glittery gold, rose-gold or silver background shines through from behind! Your pretty picture and all the details let your guests know they MUST save the date with this glamourous piece of card!
3. Foil save the date cards
If you are looking for a little bit a shine, Foil Printing is for you! Wording or designs that are printed in foil (and yes, it’s actually foil!) make for a shiny touch that isn’t over the top. We offer a wide variety of foil colors, but Gold and Silver are always a favorite!
4. Photo save the date cards
When it says the photo save the date cards, choosing the right photo is the most important for sure. Photo style gives your wedding guests a small taste of your relationship and a little insight into your personalities. Maybe it’s a picture of you guys at a baseball game, a romantic hug and kiss, taking a walk together your lovely pups, traveling, or just hanging out on the couch at home watching a movie…the right picture sets the right tone and your guests will love to see your beautiful faces!
5. Watercolor floral save the date cards
Watercolors are an incredibly delicate and subtle way to bring designs to life, and this watercolor floral save the date is a great way to announce your big day.
6. Calendar save the Dates
A Save the Date card that features a calendar is one of the most direct ways to express your guests that your big day is coming. While adding some elements of boho with a highlighted heart or a laser cut design, which it seems both elegant and adorable, a calendar save the date is the perfect visual for your guests to really know the date. This unique calendar Save the Date will make your guests mark their official calendar for sure.
7. Black and white save the dates
Black and white has been and always will be a classic! If you are going for elegant, bold, modern, or rustic, this color combo just works! And another perk is if you aren’t settled on your wedding colors, this lets you get your save the dates in the mail in style and you will have plenty of time to sort out the official palette later on.
8. Funny save the date cards
Your pictures have a LOT to do with making a save the date funny because it reflects your personality more than any wording can do. Think about holding up cute signs or props in your photos to really make the idea of a funny save the date work!
9. A bookmark Save-the-Date
If you are looking for a simple save the date bookmark that doesn’t lose out on aesthetic appeal and will even allow you to include a picture, this is a good choice for you. And a big perk of this idea is that is serves as a gift for your guests to use on their favorite book.
10.A unique finger print Save-the-Date
This romantic red heart shaped save the date design is the perfect way to announce your wedding day. It’s simple but very meaningfully, and your guests will feel your love and keep your big day in mind.
11. An “I do” Save-the-Date
One of the first questions will be…”So how did he ask?”…this little save the date gives your guests all the details. It’s also perfect if you put the picture of your proposal on it so they can share in the moment when it happened!