By Eleonore Garcia. Save The Date Card. Published at Thursday, March 21st, 2019 - 22:23:46 PM.
Most importantly, every single person who receives a save the date card must be invited to your wedding event. If you do not have your guest list finalized yet, sending save the dates could be disastrous. Many couples find themselves needing to cut back on the original guest list to make up for any unforeseen costs associated with hosting a wedding.
Once you send out the Save the Date there is no turning back and it’s almost like a final invite. Make sure you send them out to only those who will be invited so double check your wedding guest list so that it’s final before sending out these cards.
Save the Date Cards announce to all your family and friends the date of your wedding and simply ask them to reserve that day especially for you. If someone is coming from out of the country, making needed arrangements early can save them a great deal of money on their traveling expenses.
They are generally sent at least 4-6 months prior to your wedding but, if you are planning a destination wedding, for example Hawaii it is strongly recommended that you send them 12 months in advance if not longer. For seasonally busy and tourist locales or on or around a holiday it is best to send them 9-12 months in advance.
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