Save the Date

A "save the date" for a wedding is an early notice sent to guests, letting them know the wedding date and location so they can reserve the date and make plans. The main goal is to provide guests with enough time to arrange travel, accommodations, time off work, and prevent any schedule clashes!

Save the dates can be sent in various formats, such as printed cards, digital invites, video messages, or even websites, depending on the couple's preference and style.

Here are some options that we have:




What info should we include on our Save the Date?

Include essential details to help your guests prepare for your wedding day, such as the names of the bride and groom, the event date, and the location. Be sure to add "invitation to follow" to let your guests know that more information will be provided later. If you have a wedding website, consider including its link as well.

Do Save the Dates have to match my invites?

Completely up to you! You may prefer to have it matched with your invites or completely different— up to your preference. 

See our Save the Date designs here. To see if there are matching invitation suites, view our collection here.

When is it best to send out Save the Dates?

It is usually sent long before the official wedding invitation, often six months to a year ahead. Here's our timeline guide you can refer to:

June January
July February
August March
September April
October May
November June
December July
January August
February September
March October
April November
May December


How do we send out digital invites?

For digital options, a link will be sent out to you. Once everything is approved, just download and send the links to your invitees! 

Is the link only good for one invite?

The digital invite link may be sent out to as many guests as you like.

If we choose the website option, how can we share this?

A URL will be shared with you that you can also send out to your guests!