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Save-the-date announcements have been trending since the
beginning of 21st century.


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A save-the-date invitation is an efficient way to give the wedding or event guests a head start on planning for your event. It lets them know the when and the where of your events such as weddings, birthdays, nuptials, unions, and other celebrations. Nowadays, the majority of the “save-the-date invitations” show where the guests can find the wedding/event website with more information. It is an efficient way to give your guests a plenty of time for planning for travel and schedule purposes.

Since 2010, with the improvements in social media and online sharing, the digital “save-the-date” invitations started to make more sense to the wedding and event industry. It became a popular way of announcing not just the upcoming weddings but also the engagements of the wedding couples. In the beginning, it was custom to not just send an electronic “save-the-date” invitation but also a printed card out to the wedding guests. According to the Wedding Paper Divas, a save the date doesn’t need to contain as much detail as a formal invitation.

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Have you considered making your own Do-It-Yourself (DIY) photo strip “save-the-date”? If you’re unsure how to convey your unique personality and style in a save the date, this is a great solution for all ages! Save the dates can be much less formal than wedding invitations, so take this chance to show off a bit of you and your partner’s personalities!

According to Hispanic traditions, a girl’s 15th birthday is celebrated with a gala quinceanera party. A save-the-date invitation for this type of birthday party would be sent six weeks before the event.

Divorce parties and retirement parties are other type of events that the save the date cards are used for. Endings need not be sad when you have happy beginnings to look forward to?

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Most save the date designs have text guidelines that are easy to follow and customize. The DIY Photo Booth app allows anyone planning an event to design their very own portable photo booth. It turns an iPad into a photo booth. The user-friendly app provides the users with a selection of pre-designed photo borders. You are also free to upload your design or create your own theme to capture your unique wedding story.

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Congratulations! You’re Engaged! Now What?

According to the knot.com, a save-the-date needs to be sent out to the people that the wedding couple really wants to come to your wedding. Even if you’ve already received verbal confirmations from certain guests such as bridesmaids, siblings, and parents, it is customary to send them a save-the-date. The magnets from Sticky 9 uses your own Instagram feed to turn them into customized magnets. This is a great way to personalize your save the date magnets with unlimited color combinations and your choice of different font styles.

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Planning or designing your “save-the-date” announcement is your opportunity to try out a design theme you love. You are free to play with colors, motifs or fonts to create a design that will get guests excited for your wedding celebrations. Headquartered in California, Minted.com offers letterpress wedding invitations that are created by independent designers. Each invite is printed on thick, high-quality soft paper and delivered in various ways.

Wedding Paper Divas is another online outlet for customized save-the-date announcements with different styles and upgrade options. An international name in the travel and wedding industry, Moo.com offers various ways to save-the-date invitations from geography-specific to seasonal designs.