In a time when nothing is more certain than change, the commitment of two people to one another has become difficult and rare. Yet, by its scarcity, the beauty and value of this exchange have only been enhanced. ~Robert Sexton
Wedding days mark the beginning of a lifetime together. We should celebrate them with the most important people in our lives. Exquisite formal wedding invitations and save the date postcard designs will do more than remind people to come and join you and your partner. These cards will also set the mood and tone of the event and serve as mementos that your friends, families and you yourself can keep through the years.
Today, we have collected 30 splendid save the dates for you to pull inspiration from. Enjoy looking through them!
Wedding save the date postcard designs you’d love to keep
We hope you enjoyed looking through those beautiful save the date postcards. Did we help you find inspiration for your big day?
Important things to include in your save the date postcard designs:
1.) Map and Address – Make sure recipients are able to find your wedding and reception venues. While not always necessary because of services like Google Maps, many of your guests would appreciate a printed map they can easily use for reference.
2.) Contact Details – Even with a map and address, you can be sure at least some of the guests will have trouble finding the venue or aren’t clear on the other wedding details. This is especially true if your guests are from out of town. Listing your contact details or that of the wedding organizer will help ensure fewer guests are confused and things will run smoothly.
3.) Social Media Info – Many wedding planners create Facebook events or even a temporary wedding website for the big day, allowing them to make important announcements related to the wedding or quickly make decisions based on expected headcounts and RSVPs. It’s worth adding a URL to help invited guests easily look up more information on the wedding.
4.) Mailability – If cost is a major factor in your wedding save the date postcard design, you may want to look into wedding postcard specifications that could be sent through USPS. One big plus is that you have a reason to use these neat wedding stamps.
If you’ve decided on a theme you really love, have taken the perfect photograph or had the perfect visual designed, make sure to, likewise, have your invites printed by the right online printer. Visit UPrinting to learn about your postcard printing options, from postcard size to final coating. We also print custom envelopes and mail them for you.