If your wedding date is set for summer of and you have yet to send out save the dates, now is the time to put the buzz in your ear and start thinking about options. Lucky for you, there are thousands of styles and looks to choose from and they are relatively easy to design and order, too. The hardest part is the guest list!Save the Dates are a cute and politeful way to remind your guests of your wedding date before sending out the formal invite. They can coordinate with your wedding style and theme or veer completely away and be a fun homage to you as a couple.These days, magnets are hugely popular and for good reason. There’s no simpler way than giving your loved one something to pop on the fridge and be reminded of daily! Whether you go with a simple picture of the both of you, a photobooth strip, or your engagment shots, you will be sure to find something that perfectly suits your personalities. Sites to check out
Pictures aren’t a necessity, either. Simply fill in your specifics and send them off. The only necessary info to put on your save the date is, well, the date of course! And possibly the location and any website info you want your guests to be aware of. What’s also great when shopping an online publisher is if in your search you don’t like the look, font, or color of a certain style, most companies will work with you to personalize it to your liking.Into a more classic version? A letterpress card or even map is an adorable and elegant way to inform your guests. For options like these look into The Paper Guppy in Denver, Lark Press, & Dauphine Press.