What you should do – Since this will be your first written contact with most of your guests, it’s important that they make a good first impression. Make sure that you spell each guest’s name correctly. If you are unsure about the spelling of someone’s name, look it up or contact someone reliable.
Brides tend to favor the idea of sending out save-the-date cookies, but make sure that you include an additional slip of paper so the information does not get eaten up with the cookies.
Wording Samples – The content of your save-the-dates should be short, sweet, and to the point – providing a basic who, what, where and when. There is no standard wording; they may be as formal or as whimsical as you’d like. In any case, make sure to include ”Formal invitation to follow” somewhere on the card.
There are really so many ways that you could play with to create your very own save-the-date cards for weddings. Have fun with them, and create a meaningful save-the-date that your guests can retain for keepsake.
You want your save-the-date to look unique, personalized and funky; so that it can attract your guests’ attention and make them want to attend your wedding. Save-the-date cards for weddings should ideally reflect the couple’s personality, and the wedding tone.