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How should I word my Save The Date cards?

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How are Save the Date cards worded?

A Save the Date Card acts as an early announcement which notifies your guests that you have set a date for your wedding and asks them to put it in their diary. 

These cards are not official invitations and usually only reveal the wedding date and some brief details of the location if necessary. 

Save the Date cards are ideal for couples who need to give guests lots of advance notice; particularly useful if you are getting married abroad or are inviting guests from abroad.

Here are four examples of how you can word your Save the Dates, more details about the location may be added if required.

 Love Letters Save the Date card

Save the Date card wording examples

1.

A Date to Remember!

Please save the date of
on Saturday the 3rd of July 2012
for the wedding of
Julie Ann Lavin
and
Robert David Moore

Invitation to follow


2. 

Save the Date

Please reserve the date of
on Saturday the 3rd of July 2012
for our wedding
Julie Ann Lavin
and
Robert David Moore
Invitation to follow


3. 

Save the Date

Julie Ann Lavin
and
Robert David Moore
will be married
on Saturday the 3rd of July 2012
Please reserve this date in your diary

Formal Invitation to follow


4. 

Save the Date

Please reserve the date of
on Saturday the 3rd of July 2012
for the wedding of
Julie Ann Lavin
and
Robert David Moore
Invitation to follow


Shop our Save the Date cards here 

Or find out how to word your day wedding invitations here