Fine Stationary and Invitations
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Save the Dates

Examples and Inspiration

Save the Dates

Save the Date announcements are typically sent to guests approximately six months prior to the wedding. Should your wedding take place overseas or during a holiday season, you may choose to send Save the Date announcements up to a year in advance to give your guests time to plan and make travel and accommodation arrangements. Many bridal couples choose to include accommodation information and their wedding website with their Save the Dates.

First Impressions Matter

Your save the date provides your guests with their first impression of your wedding (and/or wedding weekend). Some clients choose to use the save the date to establish a theme through the use of fonts, colors or motifs while others view the save the date as a singular piece that only bears a passing resemblance to the invitation ensemble.

Personalized Options

You can modify the size (choosing between 3.5" by 4.875"--a 50 size or 4.625" by 6.25"--a 20 size) with the larger sizes more popular due to the ability to include more information or more embellishments.

Most of our clients choose thermography or letterpress for the printing process regardless of the their choice for the invitation printing process. However, any of the printing processes are options.

20ELC

TS 32W & TS 78

Gold Ink

Single line border

Sample 1

20ELC

TS 93 & TS 52

Black

Sample 2

20ELC

TS 32, 32W, & TS 43S

Gold Ink

Victorian AC Duogram

Sample 3

20WREC

TS 43S & TS 1

Wedgewood

Victorian CZ Duogram

Sample 4

20ELC

TS 32 & 32W

Black ink

DO986 motif

Sample 5

20ELC

TS 49 & TS 78

Midnight & Black

Sample 6

20ELC

TS 32W & TS 43S

Gold Ink

Sample 7

20ELC

TS 93 & TS 43S

Wedgewood

Sample 8

20WREC

TS 49 & TS 93

Gold Ink

Sample 9