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You’ve set the date! Congrats! We’re throwing confetti over here for you. :) Now it’s time to share the exciting news with your guests in anticipation of your wedding day and send save the date cards in the mail.
A save the date card is the proper way to ask guests to keep your wedding date available on their calendar — and also gives them a hint that they’re on the wedding guest list. You’ll also be giving them a proper head’s up for any travel planning, if needed, along with brief information on where and when the nuptials will take place.
SAVE THE DATE TIPS
As a note, don’t send save the dates to guests that aren’t absolutely, 100-percent on your wedding guest list.
And be sure to send save the dates approximately 6 months before the wedding (allow 8 to 12 months if it is a destination wedding).
Get Free Envelope Addressing
Last but not least, choose save the dates with envelope addressing free — you’ll thank me later. Minted offers this complimentary service and we are here for it. I wish I knew of the free envelope addressing with save the date cards when I planned my wedding. I would have saved a lot of time — and hand cramps. :)
WHERE TO FIND UNIQUE SAVE THE DATES
Before you buy just any card to share the big news, go for creative + unique save the dates from Minted!
Their new 2021 Save the Date collection is now available (yay!) and it is filled with creative one-liners and unique color palettes for a picture-perfect announcement.
As I mentioned, don’t waste any valuable time addressing those envelopes. Let them take care of the addresses thanks to their save the dates with addressed envelopes for FREE. You’ll have all of your guest addresses input into your online address book (a great move for future correspondence, like invites!) and you’ll have perfectly-penned save the date envelopes with addresses in beautiful fonts with no calligraphy skills needed on your part.
Let’s get started: pick out a design and go from there! We’ve hand-picked our favorite save the dates with addressed envelopes included in the imagery to show you just how stylish these will look when you order them.
Which card is your favorite? I’m going with #1 and #8, although I do really adore them all. Enjoy!
Save the Dates with Addressed Envelopes
You’ll find various color combinations, save the dates with photos, without photos, and funny one-liners for more laid-back couples.
1. Original Plan
These may be my favorite save the dates this year! And that’s a tall order because I love ALL of these unique save the date ideas! This card reads, “It turns out we like each other more than originally planned”, alongside a space for a cute photo of the two of you and your upcoming wedding date. Beautiful! By Caitlin Considine.
Even the addressed envelopes are adorable! They coordinate perfectly with the cards. Choose your envelope liner and skinny belly band for a picture-perfect send-off of “happy mail”. :) Love that!
2. Must Love Dogs
Why do the announce when you can get your pup to do it for you? :) This is a great card for showing off your favorite photo and including your dog in the mix. They are, after all, a part of the fam! By Annie Clark.
Check out the pretty backer options! And yes, to conserve time, you can get save the dates with envelope addressing included! Yup, they’ll look THIS good, and you can take all the credit. :)
3. Cotton Candy Vibes
This rainbow haze reminds me of those early morning sunrises that look like cotton candy draping over the sky. It features a colorful, fun, and stylish vibe; the inside envelope liner is the finishing touch! By Katie Zimpel.
4. Pretty Palm
Are you planning a palm tree wedding or a beachy seaside theme? These palm save the dates with envelope addressing to match are the perfect fit. By Melinda Denison.
5. Gilded Foil
Make an impression with this bold, stylish gold-foil save the date card that really shines! Made with real foil in your choice of color with options such as ice blue, gold, silver, black, rose gold, and more. You can even see the different gold foil options in real-time here. Designed by Erin L. Wilson.
Customize your cards with a vintage throwback design like a classic instant photo. By Morgan Kendall.
7. Bold + Colorful
This bold summer card is a real statement-maker. Guests won’t miss this one hanging up on their fridge! Available in other colors, too, but I think it really pops in this sunshiny shade. By Wilnarvincent.
Check out these save the dates with addressed envelopes! I like how they styled these:
8. You Can Finally Stop Asking
This fun-loving design reminds guests they can finally stop asking when you’re going to tie the knot! :) By Corinne Malesic.
Here’s an example of the save the date with address printing on the envelope (plus a stylish paper backing option!)
9. Finally! It’s Happening
You’ve waited so long and now it’s your turn: finally, it’s happening! A cute card featuring your favorite picture and a pretty script font. By Lori Wemple.
10. Let’s Do This Thing
I’m loving this color palette, gold foil, and the envelope liners on this fun save the date! By Dominique Vari.
I couldn’t decide which color I liked best, so here’s the same version but in speckled blue.
11. Organic Florals
There are two things I adore about these save-the-dates: the pop of sunny yellow and the floral pattern and the style of the envelope addressing with matching florals! By Susan Moyal.
You can get a wedding website (FREE!) that looks like this, to match! Get yours here.
Cute, right? Check out coordinating pieces here.
12. Epic Times, Epic Love
This stylish card asks guests to save the date with a modern striped pattern on the back and inside the envelopes. By Jackie Crawford.
13. Garden Party
14. Simple + Modern
If you have a favorite photo you’d like to take center-stage, check out these stylish save-the-dates designed by Erin Deegan.
15. Big Plans
“We’ve got big plans” and “hope to see you there!” are fun catchy phrases included on these unique save the date cards by Jessica Corliss. There’s even room for a favorite picture of yours to capture the moment.
16. Floral and Striped Design
This floral bouquet design is so beautiful, I could see using elements from it throughout the design of your wedding! Other color combinations are also available. By Susan Moyal.
Check out how these save the dates with envelope addressing looks, complete with liner and backing! Cute!
17. Love Is Patient
18. Show Off Your Ring
I love the way this photo zooms in on the ring, making it a fun focal point of the card along with brilliant typography. You’ve already taken dozens of photos of your new bling (right?!) so you may as well include one of your favorites! By the lovely Erin L. Wilson.
19. Bold Print
Go bold! These striking save the date cards with addressed envelopes are incredibly vivid and eye-catching with colorful combinations and fun backing options. By April Astudillo.
20. Modern Striped
And last but not least, these save the dates with envelope addressing are a perfect fit for your nautical wedding! I love the striped backing and envelope liner shown here. By Kimberly FitzSimons.
To get started on your own save the date cards, view the collection! You’ll find these unique cards — and more to choose from, too! — and choose save the dates with addressed envelopes for free, if you’d like.
I recommend checking out their coordinating pieces, too: you can really make it easy to choose save the dates, invitations, place cards, programs, table numbers, and more, all coordinated and in one easy order. Check it out here.
Now it’s your turn: which of these designs is your favorite? If I was picking one out for Andrew and me, we would probably choose #1 or #8. I’d love to hear which cards are your favorite!
P.S. If you’re not sure, or you want to try it out first, get a free sample here or click the button below!
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