Create pretty save the date cards for your wedding
The wedding planning can begin
You've said yes, the date has been set. Which means there's going to be a big celebration soon! But besides organising the wedding ceremony, reception, wedding dress and much more, one thing must not be forgotten: the earlier your guests are informed the better.
It's high time at least 6 months before the wedding: friends and relatives should be told the good news. As what is more wonderful than announcing a wedding! Wedding announcements and invitations are of paramount importance in wedding planning. In today's digital world, we hardly receive any more pretty cards by post - making it all the nicer to fish an envelope with good news out of the letterbox instead of a bill for once. It there's a colourful envelope in the letterbox it's obvious: the contents must be something pretty special.
How do I design a save-the-date card?
In a save-the-date card, only the wedding date and perhaps the location of the wedding must first be mentioned (this is especially important if you are getting married abroad and the guests have to plan a trip). The bride and groom can take their time for all further information. After all, the lavish party should be well planned.
There are no limits to your creativity when designing save-the-date cards. Photos of the bride and groom can be used for the cards or you can combine them with other relevant subjects. The save-the-date cards will be especially beautiful and harmonious if you adjust the pictures, font colours and font types. If the style of the wedding is romantic, the pictures for the cards can reflect this. Earthy and natural colour shades are perfect for this. If the wedding is more modern, the photos on the save-the-date cards can be funnier.
Whether your opt for funny poses or a romantic look - tips for the perfect couple shots are available here from the professional. In addition to pictures of the future bridal couple, floral patterns and shots of your favourite places are also good for the design. You can design these with the help of a collage, for example. Our diverse templates will make it easy for you to design your individual save-the-date cards. You can choose from both simple and colourful designs as well as numerous collage layouts.
Adjust the pictures on the wedding announcements in terms of style and colouring. Use uniform filters for this or look for a similar picture mood.
If you prefer to use your own design, you can easily upload it in JPG format.
Save-the-date cards: Classic or with a surprise effect
We offer you a wide range of Photo greeting cards to design your save-the-date cards. The Folded Greeting Cards or our Postcards are very classic - both in a practical set of 10. The announcements on our Square Greeting Card look particularly elegant. This is printed on slightly shimmering special paper and thus has an elegant look, perfect for an occasion like your own wedding. Our Maxicard provides the necessary surprise and wow effect in the mailbox in the 29.7x21.0 cm format. Your joyful message will come across particularly well on the large-format card. Would you like something more unusual? To ensure maximum excitement, an alternative would be to create a Photo puzzle to announce your wedding. That makes for fun and is guaranteed to be remembered.
The choice is yours
It is not always easy to imagine what the save-the-date cards will ultimately look like if you only see them on the screen. If you can't decide, just order a few different copies and then decide on a version that you like once you have the printed card in your hand.
Our tips for your save-the-date cards for the wedding:
- Send the save the date card as early as possible - digital versions can be created quickly and ordered in just a few clicks (LINK).
- Opt for a style and stick to it - whether it's for the wedding invitation or table cards afterwards etc. It looks pretty when everything is matching.
- Not much information is required on the save the date card. The date, venue and reason for the celebration is often enough for the guests to be able to save the date.
- Tell your guests when you expect a reply by - or provide the link to a wedding website where they can register.
- Don't forget! Make reference to the upcoming wedding invitation card. Phrases such as “More information will follow!” or “The invitation will follow shortly!” will be helpful.
- When the time comes: enjoy the day to the full!