We are preparing for our first round of Save the Dates for the upcoming season.
Some people are confused by Save the Dates – what is the difference between a Save the Date and an Invitation?
Save the Dates are sent around six months (or more) in advance with the date, and place of the wedding. Sometimes Save the Dates are sent even when the couple hasn’t decided on a venue, time, or details that will be included on the invitation.
Save the Dates are a way of saying:
We really want you to come to our wedding! [We may not have all the details yet] Please reserve that weekend for us.
If you receive a Save the Date, be excited! You can expect a lovely invitation to follow and you know you have a celebration to look forward to.
We love creating Save the Dates, as simple or as detailed as you need them, and customized to perfection.
Come on in to talk about Save the Dates or any other invitation questions you have!
The Duly Noted Team