So what are the top tips that we have to share with you?
* If your wedding is on a holiday, a destination wedding or if most of your guests will have to travel. Save-The-Dates should be sent out 1 year before your date
*If you send someone a Save-The-Date they need to also get a formal wedding invitation
*If you don't have a destination wedding, and it isn't over a holiday Save-The-Dates can be sent out anywhere from 10 weeks to 7 months before your big day.
*Don't over share on your Save-The-Date, a simple "formal invitation to follow" takes care of the additional details.
*If you send out Save-The-Dates and some of them are returned to you for incorrect
addresses, you have time to find the correct address! If you get returned wedding
invitations it is often too late to track down the correct addresses and resend the
So - After pillaging pinterest - We want to share just a few of our favorite Save-The-Dates! The MOST important tip that we found was:
*MAKE IT PERSONAL!!
We hoped that this helps answer some questions and makes your process easier!