Save the Date Wording

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Save the Date Postcard Wording

Using postcards for wedding save the dates is a popular option.  They are typically cheaper to purchase or create since you do not need to purchase envelopes for them.  They are more casual than standard invitations and cards, which is perfect for save the date's.  And they are less expensive to mail, since postcards cost less than letters. 


When choosing your wording for your save the date postcards, you may need to choose something with simple and non-confidential information.  Our favorite save the date postcards feature a photo with a short "Save the Date"

Heather + Joseph


Please save the date!

We will be getting married

on May 14, 2014

in Atlanta, Georgia


Details to follow

Save the Date!


Heather Lea

and

Joseph David

are getting married

on Saturday, May 17, 2014

in Tampa, Florida


Invitation will follow

Save the Date!


Heather and Joseph

are getting married.


May 23, 2014

San Francisco, California


Invitation to follow

Heather & Joseph


Please save the date

for our upcoming wedding.


05.14.14

Charleston, South Carolina


More details will follow

message on the front and the details of your wedding on the back.  Here are some basic wordings you may want to use for your save the date postcards.

Save the Date!


May 14, 2014

to help celebrate the

marriage uniting

Heather

and

Joseph


Raleigh, North Carolina


Invitation to follow

Please reserve the date of

May 14, 2014

for our wedding in

New York, New York


Heather Lea

and

Joseph David


Invitations and details to follow

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