Save the Date Cards
Announce your big day in a big way.
- 5 paper stocks & 2 sizes available
- Standard & rounded corner options
- Embossed foil available on select styles
- Add photos, text, website URL & more
- Choose a template or upload your own design
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Keep your wedding top of mind with save the date cards.
Paper Stock Options
Matte (12 pt.)
Smooth, uncoated and easy to read.
Feels like: Crisp and polished
Premium Matte (14 pt.)
A thicker matte stock adds extra heft to your card.
Feels like: Thick and smooth
Recycled Matte (14 pt.)
Rustic, 100% post-consumer recycled paper.
Feels like: Uncoated paper
Premium Glossy (16 pt.)
Glossy front, great for photo designs.
Feels like: Slick and light reflecting
Pearl (16 pt.)
A shimmering paper stock gives your design a soft glow.
Feels like: Lightly coated and smooth
Linen (14 pt.)
Feel-good elegance, woven from Italian cotton paper.
Feels like: A subtle weave
A glittering foil overlay added to select areas.Feels like: Reflective and smooth
Frequently Asked Questions
A: Our save the date cards come in: 5.5" x 4" and 4.6" x 7.2".
Q: How far in advance should I send my save the dates?
A: For local weddings, we recommend sending your save the dates at least 6 months in advance. If you’re planning a destination wedding, consider sending your save the dates about 9 months prior to your wedding date, so that your guests have time to make the necessary travel plans.
Q: What information should I put on my save the date cards?
A: Your save the dates should include your names, the wedding date and location (city and state). You can also include a mention that a formal invitation will follow, or a link to your wedding website.
Q: Should I send save the dates to everyone on my guest list?
A: Yes. Your save the dates should be sent to all your wedding guests, so finalize your list prior to sending out.
Q: Whose name goes first on save the dates?
A: Traditionally, the bride’s name goes first on save the dates. However, this is a personal choice to make, so go with what feels right to you (and your fiancée of course).
Q: Should I include plus ones on my save the dates?
A: Guests who are married or are in a serious relationship, should be given a plus-one on save the dates. If you choose to include a plus-one, try to name the person instead of just adding "and guest."
Q: What other types of save the dates do you offer?
A: Besides save the date cards and save the date magnets, we also offer save the date postcards complete with mailing services.